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Group fights post-flooding plant invasion along Schoharie

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When Tropical Storm Irene swept away vegetation along miles of the Schoharie Creek shoreline, it left large swaths of land vulnerable to invasive plants. As weeds start to take root in the land that remains, a Catskill-based conservation organization is calling for the public’s help to f ght against the threat. The Catskill Center for Conservation and Development’s Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership, or CRISP, is holding a treeplanting event Saturday, and they need about ...


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