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DNR develops new strategy against Phragmites

An invasive and woody reed found throughout the Door Peninsula has the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announcing a statewide approach to manage the non-native plant.  Phragmites, an aggressive wetland plant with a wide distribution across the country, negatively impacts the ecosystem of wetlands by shading out and overtaking native plants.  The science-based strategy of management by the DNR will utilize Surface Water Grants to prioritize Phragmites-focused planning and control applications.  You can find more information on the new Phragmites Statewide Management Strategy by clicking this link.

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