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Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program Phragmites Plan
Brendan Quirion is the new Coordinator of the Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program. APIPP deals with all invasive species now, although it was established in 1998 to respond to plant invaders. It is a model program for the seven other partnerships for regional invasive species management (PRISMs) now established in the state. We spoke to him about APIPP's phragmites plan.

Phragmites is prevalent in Central New York, and most people should be able to see why it's a problem. It is tricky to deal with because there is a native phragmites species that doesn't need to be eradicated.What is the overall approach to this invasive?


 
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Invasive and Now Not - July 1st marked the end of a ban on the use of felt-soled waders in order to prevent the spread of a type of algae called “rock snot.” The algae were thought to be invasive in the Northeast, but researchers have now concluded the aquatic algae are in fact native to the northern United States.


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