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Volunteers needed to battle invasive plant at Sandusky’s Old Woman Creek

An invader is attacking Old Woman Creek. Will you help? Volunteers are being recruited to deal with an invasive species, frogbit, an aquatic plant from Europe that’s been found in Old Woman Creek. The plant resembles a small lily pad. Breann Hohman, watershed coordinator for Erie Soil and Water Conservation District, is organizing a counterattack. […]

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Invasive Species in Yellowstone Topic of Aug. 3 UW Research Center Talk

Invasive species in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem (GYE) will be discussed Thursday, Aug. 3, at the University of Wyoming-National Park Service (UW-NPS) Research Center. The center is located at the AMK Ranch in Grand Teton National Park. UW Department of Zoology and Physiology Associate Professor Amy Krist will present “Biology of the invasive New Zealand […]

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Stabenow, Peters press Trump for Asian carp report

Michigan’s U.S. senators and 10 others from Great Lakes states today again asked the Trump administration to release a report on potential proposals for dealing with the threat posed by invasive Asian carp. The Free Press first reported that the tentative plan to address the threat of Asian carp moving closer to Lake Michigan had […]

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