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If you spot kudzu on your lot, call Carolyn

by The 100 Companies

Carolyn Strater, HOA BOD treasurer and pioneer full-time resident of The Enclave is on a mission to wipe out kudzu.

Kudzu, native to Japan and southeast China, was introduced to the U.S. at Philadelphia’s 1876 Centennial Exposition and promoted by the Soil Conservation Services to control erosion throughout the South in the 1930s. It can grow a foot on summer days.

Carolyn recently cut back the kudzu that was overtaking ornamental trees at The Enclave’s front gate and wants to help any lot owner remove it from their property if it is spotted inside our community. Contact Carolyn here.

– The Enclave HOA BOD

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