Egg Harbor moves its fight against invasive plants inland

The Village of Egg Harbor's fight against invasive plants is now moving from along public properties and waterways toward private lands inland.  Village staffers have worked on targeting and controlling invasive plants such as garlic mustard and Japanese knotweed.  Village Administrator Ryan Heise says similar efforts are now focusing on helping private landowners to control invasives.


The Village of Egg Harbor has been getting help with invasive identification and control from the Door County Soil and Water Conservation Department.

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