Keego Harbor resident, groups work to...

Keego Harbor resident, groups work to fight invasive species

Invasive aquatic species like phragmites, flowering rush and others can wreak havoc on local wetlands if nothing is done about them. Keego Harbor Parks and Recreation Commissioner Leslie Clark said that if nothing is done, economic and recreational impacts will be felt.

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