Fighting invasive species

The Exchange – WZZM
Wednesday, December 14, 2016

The Japanese knotweed, swallow-wort, phragmites and Chinese yam are just a few of the invasive species effecting West Michigan. Drew Rayner, coordinator of West Michigan CISMA, explains how the program works and shares what we can be doing now, even in the winter, to ensure we will be able to enjoy our natural resources for years to come. For more information about invasive species and the West Michigan CISMA, visit

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