Free training opportunity! Discussion on why it is important to prevent the spread of invasive species, and what businesses in the lawn care and landscaping industry can do to slow or prevent spread to new areas.
See attached flyer!
#invasivespecies #lawncare #landscaping

Invasive yellow floating heart successfully eradicated from two Southeast Michigan locations. Great news in the fight against invasive species. https://t.co/oe8LDOnYmU #NotMiSpecies #MiDNR

Fisheries and Wildlife MS graduate Paige Filice is @MSUExtension’s newest water resources educator. She'll work statewide to prevent invasive species and protect Michigan's waters. #invasivespecies #MiRIPPLE
https://t.co/y9uG2KvZqe

Well done, Michigan! The state of Michigan just announced 32 projects that will share $3.6 million in grants through the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program.
https://t.co/XqcClkqiUt

Oriental bittersweet is a woody vine that grows on trees, eventually girdling them and killing them. Do not use them to make holiday decorations and wreaths as this can facilitate its spread to new areas. #orientalbittersweet #invasivespecies #holidaydecoration

Help us reach 12 donations TODAY, November 12, to represent the 12 counties we serve across Northern Michigan.

#healthywater #protectedplaces #vibrantcommunities #upnorth

https://t.co/zV7XVGik04

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