Invasive Knotweed Treatments to Begin on COGGS Trails Sept. 3

We've got issues! Invasive plant issues, that is. Perhaps you have noticed them while blasting along the DT, or in your backyard: Knotweed. Garlic Mustard. Leafy Spurge. Wild Parsnip. Tansy. And everyone's favorite: Buckthorn! And there are more. COGGS and the City of Duluth are partnering with The Duluth Collaborative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA), to protect our trails and green space, and try to proactively manage infestations. What You Need to Know Specifically, Knotweed herbicide treatments will occur on the COGGS Trails Sept. 3–13 at a number of different sites. Trail closures will be necessary for 24-hours after herbicide treatment at each site. Duluth City Parks Staff work

Join the Board: COGGS Ride Director

The COGGS Board of Directors is looking to replace our indefatigable and talented Ride Director Dee Bartlam. Dee's term is up, and she is looking to pass this critical torch to someone new. We know you are out there. This position brings the fun, and keeps the organization true to its focus: riding bikes on trails. Group rides are fun, social, and inclusive. Doesn't hurt if you are a little bit of a cheerleader/camp counselor type. You should be organized, social, and like to rally the troops to ride bikes. Position Title: Ride Director Reports to: Board of Directors Direct Reports: Board of Directors Term: 2 years, can serve up to 3 years POSITION DESCRIPTION Reports to: Board of Directors

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