Help with Invasive Species

Grandview Hills Neighborhood (North East of Bloomington) has received a grant to remove invasive plants and to plant native plants. This grant is from the Soil and Water Conservation District in partnership with the Clean Water Indiana Project. This grant is a very generous cost share program.

Grandview Hills Neighborhood is serving as a model for other neighborhoods in our area and state wide. They have been working together as a neighborhood to help each other remove invasive plants, educated themselves on invasive plants and to learn how to plant native plants successfully.

Information about the program and how to receive support for your neighborhood for this activity:

CWI Brochure

Organize Your Neighborhood to Control Invasive Plants!

You can also receive an invasive plant site survey by the Monroe County Identify and Remove Invasive Species group (MC-Iris).

Please consider joining Grandview Hills by working in your neighborhood to remove invasive species. If you would like Gillian Field to speak at your neighborhood meeting about how you can get started, please contact her at


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