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Frog-Bit grows in shallow rivers, swamps, ponds

Local students, teachers and community partners join forces to remove the invasive plant species know at European Frog-Bit. Their goal is to remove 20,000 pounds of the plant from June 9th to September of 2017 to better protect out local natural resources. To read an article published by the local Alpena News please click here

Created on Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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