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Goal: Get to the root of invasive plant problem

Stowe Reporter - 1:28 pm Thu Apr 1st, 2010

The plants look innocent enough, growing lush and green along Stowe's roadways and riverbanks, but in reality they're killers.

Invasive plants such as Japanese knotweed, shrubby honeysuckle and garlic mustard are crowding out native plants, destroying wildlife habitats and causing problems throughout Vermont.

The Stowe Conservation Commission aims to do something about it.

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