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Egg Harbor wants to map invasive species and develop an attack plan

The Village of Egg Harbor is looking to develop an invasive plant species attack strategy with help from Door County.  The village's Parks and Public Works Committee will meet January 2nd to discuss the possibility of contracting with the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department to map invasive species.  Committee Chair Lisa Van Laanen says knowing where the invasives are can help the village and individual property owners eradicate the weeds.

 

 

The Parks and Public Works Committee meets Wednesday, January 2nd at 8:30 AM in the Donald and Carol Kress Pavillion-History Center on Church Road in Egg Harbor.

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