Invasive plant species on district radar for 2019

February 27, 2019by ncdea

MINNESOTA, White Bear Lake CD – Non-native phragmites will be targeted next fall in a continuing campaign to eradicate invasive species in and near the lake.

An extremely tall wetland grass, the plant was discovered last August by a paddleboarding “citizen scientist” and confirmed in early September.

The Department of Natural Resources is both “concerned and interested” in the invasive weed, according to Mike Parenteau, White Bear Lake Conservation District (WBLCD) director and chairman of the lake quality committee.

Source: Invasive plant species on district radar for 2019

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