A crew of volunteers met at the Eaglemount Wine and Cider and worked on removing Wild Chervil without using chemicals. The process involved cutting the plants before they went to seed, covering the cut plants with paper, then putting bark mulch on top of the paper. We will now watch this test site to see if the Wild Chervil comes back. Jefferson County Ecological Roadsides (JCER) is very interested in testing out processes that do not use chemicals. This is the first of many projects to remove invasive plants without damaging the environment. GOOD WORK JCER and Eaglemount Wine and Cider folks!.