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Loosestrife for Lunch
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Aquatic Invasive Species
Purple loosestrife is an unwelcome invader of wetlands throughout the country. It has no natural predators, and displaces native vegetation. And that wipes out habitat for native insects, fish, and birds. Two members of the Upper Sugar River Watershed Association are controlling the spread of purple loosestrife with its European native predator.