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In Search Of -- Bamboo!
Help the Cheverly Green Infrastructure Committee identify stands of invasive bamboo in Cheverly. Bamboo on private or public lands -- yards, paper streets, along highways -- knows no boundaries. It spreads easily onto neighboring properties, and may be considered a public nuisance in Cheverly.

You can help show us the bamboo in your own neighborhood or wherever you explore in Cheverly. Just complete this simple form.

The form can be filled in anonymously, or you can provide your e-mail address in case we need to contact you for clarification.

The Cheverly Green Infrastructure Committee will use the information to help the Cheverly Town Council understand the nature and extent of the bamboo population.

The invasive bamboos are the Common bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris), Golden bamboo (Phyllostachys aurea), and Arrow bamboo (Pseudosasa japonica). Bamboos can form very dense thickets that displace native plant species and create dense shade that makes it difficult for seedlings of native species to survive. Bamboo is extremely difficult to control or eradicate.

Where have you seen bamboo? Location 1. *
Please enter a location. You can give an address (for example, 6401 Forest Rd), or use more general coordinates (Euclid Park behind Crest). You will be able to upload maps as well.
Where have you seen bamboo? Location 2.
Where have you seen bamboo? Location 3.
Upload maps showing the locations.
Alternatively, you may send the maps separately to sheila.salo (at)
Your e-mail address.
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