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Elodea Invading Chena Slough

By | July 30, 2012

Alaska isn’t home to nearly as many invasive plants as Lower 48 states.  But they are beginning to creep in. An invasive aquatic plant is invading a waterway near North Pole.  During a plant survey in 2010, specialists discovered Elodea in Chena Slough.  This summer, the Fairbanks Soil and Water Conservation District is testing an eradication method.

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