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Alayna's Passion Project

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Alayna Bowlin

on 21 May 2014

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Transcript of Alayna's Passion Project

Invasive Plants in MN
Did you know?
Buckthorn is found in every park in St Louis Park
18% of plants in the midwest are nonnative
They crowd out other plants so that there is limited sunlight, water, and necessary nutrients.
They block animals from getting to the plants they eat for food.
A Problem Everywhere
Learn more!
http://www.mipn.orgInvasivesBrochure.pdf

http://www.mda.state.mn.us/plants/pestmanagement/weedcontrol/terrestrial.aspx

http://www.seagrant.wisc.edu/Home/Topics/InvasiveSpecies/Details.aspx?PostID=651

In the Future...
Look out for invasive plants in your area (buckthorn especially)
Brush off boots and clothes when entering and exiting a forest
Spread the word!
Research
Action
Buckthorn
Dark green= areas with buckthorn (only one specific invasive species!)
I visited Highlands, Normandale, and Creek Valley to talk to elementary schoolers about this problem.
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