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Listen to Chuck Quirmbach’s interview with Melissa and Jay Warner on Wisconsin Public Radio  
More than 150 volunteers are cruising rural and suburban highways in eight southeastern Wisconsin counties this summer to spot and map locations of...
This year's target: Wild Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) clck for zooming ↓ Wild parsnip is currently blooming along our roadways!  These...
With the field season upon us, it is always a good idea to review herbicide application techniques and to train new staff in proper use of herbicides. Dow...
 Lookout Invasive Widespread Invasive Plants Wisconsin Lookout Invasive Locally Established Invasive Plants Wisconsin Lookout Invasive...
Go to WUWM Lake Effect to see the story. Here
A population of Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) was recently discovered in in Northeast Illinois.  This plant is considered one of the...
Click ImageInvasive species warriors, Lee and Mary Krueger, have a passion for controlling invasive species and promoting native plant and animal...
At first glance, the cluster of 8-foot-high plants growing near a farm field just north of Plymouth looks harmless enough. But as Steve Klock likes to...

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