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Bay Researchers Fight Uphill Battle with Invasive Cordgrass

November 21, 2013 by Rachel Diaz-Bastin

Three years ago, managers at the Invasive Spartina Project thought they’d be almost out of a job by now. But while the ruthless and hybridizing cordgrass hasn’t spread any more, it hasn’t been eradicated either and this final push to eliminate it, will be the hardest.

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USDA – Invasive Weeds Research Unit

July 20, 2012 by Bay Nature

Develops new methods for managing invasive plant species in rangeland, riparian, and aquatic ecosystems. Headquartered in Albany in the East Bay, with offices in Davis and Reno.

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How have exotic garden plants impacted our native fauna?

January 01, 2002 by Glenn Keator

Animal habits, or behavior, can indeed change due to the presence of nonnative plants. Two examples come to mind. Fennel

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Invasive Plants of California’s Wildland

April 01, 2001 by Marilyn Smulyan

Whether it’s cape ivy or french broom, if you want to know how to control some of the region’s most

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