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Posted
03/01/2013
Little Things, Big Problems: Invasive Species in Our Parks
Partner: National Park Service
Produced by: Gr8LakesRestoration

Overview

National Parks are known for being beautiful natural native areas. What you may not know, threatening each of these national treasures are scores of invasive plants prepared to crowd out, smother, shade and poison the native vegetation. Park staff and volunteers work tirelessly to preserve these places unimpaired for future generations. The national park's needs your help, volunteer to join this effort to rid our parks of invasive species.

Last updated: March 1, 2013