Start in spring to identify, remove and replace invasive plants that are lurking around the edges of your property. At a talk on April 26 at the town office, experts will present methods for removing plants like himalayan balsam, japanese knotweed, purple loosestrife, and bittersweet vines. Replacing invasives with native plants can be a bonus to you as well as to the pollinators and others who share your Maine habitat. The event starts at 7 pm and refreshments will be provided. “Invasive plants: rip and replace” is sponsored by the Conservation Commission and the Friends of St. George as part of a year-long program on invasive plants.