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Protecting Northern Michigan's ​Water Resources

New Strategy To Combat Exotic Water Plants

In June, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers promoted what the agency said it hopes will be a new control strategy for frog-bit. It offered researchers a $200,000 grant to develop a biological control for the frog-bit and its unwelcome relative – water soldier. Our Restoration Coordinator, Noah Jansen, comments on the Aquatic Invasive Species of how it spreads as well as the biological control methods. Read the full article from the Capital News Service at:

Capital News Service Article