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INVASIVE SPECIES – EUROPEAN FROG BIT

May 20, 2015 |

It’s 2015, and we’re still removing European frog-bit by hand. This aquatic invasive species was brought over from Asia and Europe as an ornamental pond plant in 1932. In 1939, this species planned its escape from the Arboretum of the Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa where it was commercially grown. It crept down through Ottawa…

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In the Field: Habitat Days

May 19, 2015 |

by Anna Mitterling, Wildlife Cooperative Coordinator Jason Myers talked about improving habitat on the landscape, and the slew of opportunities there are for cost sharing for habitat work on private land. Jason, and Farm Bill biologists like him, are also able to offer free technical support for writing management plans and offering habitat advice. Contact…

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INVASIVE SPECIES – PARROT FEATHER

May 19, 2015 |

Despite its label as a prohibited species in Michigan, parrot feather was recently spotted in the southeastern Lower Peninsula. This aquatic invasive species is closely related to the all-too-familiar Eurasian Water Milfoil that is found scattered throughout Michigan’s lakes. Parrot feather plants trace their origin to the banks of the Amazon River in South America.…

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