On May 22, Lakewood Trails joined with the Texas Conservation Alliance to restore the blackland prairie on Williamson Road. Volunteers planted native plants for monarchs and many other pollinators. The invasive plant species we pulled out today is called “Queen Anne’s Lace” (also called wild carrot). It is native to temperate areas of Europe and southwestern Asia and was introduced by settlers from Europe. It has become invasive since it has spread rapidly and is hard to control.