Brush Removal

Saturday, March 2 – 9:00 a.m. to Noon

Location: Sime Bald

We can gather for lunch and social time in Boscobel afterward if people are interested. The plan is to be lopping woody invasive plants, such as honeysuckle, autumn olive, and buckthorn.


Head southeast out of Boscobel on County Road MS for about one mile. The property is on the north side of MS just at the point where M and S split. The house on the corner is a separate property. The Sime Bald property is just west of the house.


If you have questions on this event, contact Rose or Jim Sime at 608-831-9297 or EMAIL

Sime BaldNear Boscobel. Easement granted in 2004. 35 acres of goat prairie and oak woodland. It includes 3 balds- steep, rocky bluff prairies on sandstone and some limestone. More than 80 native plant species featuring Upland Boneset, Great Plains Lady’s Tresses, Butterfly Milkweed, Prairie Indian Plantain, Prairie Dropseed and large areas of oak barrens and bur and white oak savanna. It also hosts a variety of native snakes.

The event is finished.


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