NewsPublic Affairs / June 18, 2019

Guide Created To Help Homeowners Remove Invasive Plants

Reconnecting to Our Waterways created a guide to help residents remove harmful invasive plants in their backyards and communities and replace them with native plants. Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, invasive species2019-06-18T00:00:00-04:00
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Guide Created To Help Homeowners Remove Invasive Plants

Ethan Olson, director of native landscapes at Keep Indianapolis Beautiful.

Taylor Bennett/WFYI

Reconnecting to Our Waterways, an initiative to reclaim the benefits of Indianapolis’ waterways, created a guide to help residents remove harmful invasive plants in their backyards and communities and replace them with native plants. 

WFYI’s Taylor Bennett spoke with Director of Native Landscapes at Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Ethan Olson about the work to tackle the problem, and he defines the problem itself.

 

 

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