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Mon July 29, 2013
Invasive plant species are threatening the Great Lakes
We have had many conversations on Stateside about invasive species, usually the type with scales and gills, such as Asian carp.
Today, we focus on invasive species with chlorophyll. Yes, non-native plants that are invading ecosystems in the Great Lakes.
Jo Latimore is an outreach specialist with the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University, and she joined us today in the studio.
Listen to the full interview above.
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