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Poison Hemlock found near Red Run Drain in Warren (June 2022)

Invaders to our waterways; what to watch for this spring (April 2022)

$50K grant to fight invasive species in Red Run Drain received (April 2022)

Webinar on Invasive species in SE Mi set for Saturday (March 2022)

Learn about invasive species at Feb. 26 event (Feb. 2022)

Multiple infestations of invasive water garden plants discovered this fall in southeast Michigan (November 2021)

Water Lettuce Detected in Macomb Township (October 2021)

Alien language: The importance of metaphor (October 2021)

Caring for water gardens in the fall reduces problems in winter and spring (September 2021)

State cites two invasive species to look out for this year in Macomb County (April 2021)

Michigan Joins USDA in Invasive Species Awareness Campaign to Protect State’s Agriculture, Natural Resources (April 2021)

Invasive aquatic invasive species discovered in Macomb County (Channel 7 News, October 2020)

State grants engage public in fight against invasive species (Metromode, January 2020)

Phragmites in Macomb County roads to be treated this month (C&G Newspapers, September 2019)

WHY CONTROLLING AND REMOVING PHRAGMITES IN MACOMB COUNTY MATTERS (Make Macomb Your Home, August 2019)

PHRAGMITES CONTROL AND REMOVAL ALONG MACOMB COUNTY ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAYS TO TAKE PLACE IN SEPTEMBER (Make Macomb Your Home, August 2019)

Phragmites affect southeast Michigan more than anywhere else (C&G Newspapers, August 2019)

STW Invasive Species (Shelby TV, 2019)

From dirty word to popular placemaker: Reclaiming the Clinton River (Metromode, 2019)

Grant Money to Aid in Battle Against Invasive Species (C and G Newspapers, 2019)

Invasive Reed Poses Challenge to Habitat Project (Times Herald, 2018)

Oakland University presents Phragmites to Washington Township Trustees (WBRW TV, 2018)