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Old 10-05-2011, 11:30 AM   #1
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National Parks Service Videos
As park of the Great Lakes Restoration, the National Parks Service created
four short 5 minute videos discussing the impact of invasive species on
people and communities as well as what the general public can do to prevent
their spread. Although set in the national parks they are useful to anyone
in an educational setting.

LITTLE THINGS big problems-- Emerald Ash Borer

LITTLE THINGS big problems-- Spotted Knapweed

LITTLE THINGS big problems-- Invasive Plants In Our Parks

LITTLE THINGS big problems-- Aquatic Invaders
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