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Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council Knocks Down Phragmites
After almost three years of hard, Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council, Emmet County and Lake Michigan shoreline owners have nearly knocked phragmites down.

When the program began in 2010, there were close to 300 separate phragmites stands spread across almost 7.5 acres in Emmet County. Now there are only 87 stands over 3 acres remaining. Property owners are allowed groom their beaches without a license, but in Emmet County they require a permit to remove phragmites or hire a person certified in using chemicals around water.

 
 


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Officials Document Water Hyacinth in Kerala since 1914 - Water hyacinth is a free floating aquatic plant that is native to South America. One of the fastest growing plants known, water hyacinth can double their population in two weeks. When not controlled, the aquatic plant will cover lakes and ponds entirely, dramatically affecting water flow, blocking sunlight from native aquatic plants and starves the water of oxygen, often killing fish and turtles.


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