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Kudzu in Choctaw County

Kudzu (Pueraria montana) blankets an area near railroad tracks in Choctaw county. Photo Bruce Hoagland.

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Annual Meeting:

The 2014 Oklahoma Invasive Plant Council annual meeting will be a field meeting on June 17th covering invasive plant management and habitat restoration in the Stillwater area. Experts from the Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management at OSU, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma Gardening, and Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service will be presenting projects and leading discussions about the impact of invasive species on Oklahoma’s landscape.
For more information, on-line registration, and meeting sponsorship go to:
http://okipc2014.eventbrite.com


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