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Departments » UW Extension » Urban Horticulture & Natural Resources
Invasive Species Program

Mission:

The mission of the Brown County UW-Extension Invasive Species Program is to help maintain plant biodiversity. We do this through the control of invasive species. Invasive species are usually from other geographic regions and they are capable of growing and reproducing in natural areas, replacing native plants. By controlling invasive species we hope to favor native plants, allowing them to re-establish their diverse plant communities and the other organisms that depend on them.


Our Staff:

Kevin Hendricksen
Invasive Species Coordinator

Vacant
Horticulture Educator

Alyssa Zirbel, Rachel Graner, Lynda Bothun
Horticulture Support Staff


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