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Work with MDACF to control spread of invasive plants

Dec 10, 2019

A continuing program through Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry is seeking agricultural producers to help control the spread of invasive plants through identification and documentation using iMapInvasives technology.

The program, Maine Natural Areas Program - NRCS Conservation Innovation Grant: Using iMapInvasives Technology to Help Maine Producers Address Invasive Plant Problems, will continue through 2021 in Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Somerset and Waldo counties.

For more information, contact Nancy Olmstead, MNAP, 287-8046, nancy.olmstead@maine.gov; Dale Finseth, Kennebec SWCD, 622-7847 ext. 3, dale@kcswcd.org; Rebecca Jacobs, Knox-Lincoln SWCD, 596-2040, rebecca@knox-lincoln.org; Joe Dembeck, Somerset SWCD, 474-8323 ext. 3, jdembecksc15@gmail.com; or AletaMcKeage, Waldo SWCD, 218-5311, aleta.waldosoilandwater@gmail.com.

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