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Invasive Species News

Invasive Species News and Research, January 2021

Many conversations around invasive species are emerging in the new year, from their impact on insect populations and nutrients in lakes, to the ingenuity of researchers and those implementing invasive control practices.

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Management

Field Dispatch: Jennifer Andreas

Jennifer Andreas stays busy in biocontrol as director of Washington State University’s Integrated Weed Control Project, lead for the Flowering Rush Biocontrol Consortium, and co-chair of the NAISMA Biocontrol Committee.

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