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"Invader Crusaders" honored for work to prevent spread of invasive species

2:00 PM, Jun. 12, 2013
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The founder of the Friends of Brooklyn Wildlife Area, the founder of Weed Out! Racine, and the volunteer group Habitat Healers based in Newburg have all been honored as "Invader Crusaders" for their work in 2012 to slow the spread of invasive species.

A staff member of the Lakeland Discovery Center, based in Manitowish Waters, and the Department of Natural Resources' invasive species coordinator also received recognition as "Invader Crusaders" during a ceremony June 11 at Olbrich Botanical Gardens in Madison.

The ceremony, hosted by the Wisconsin Invasive Species Council, honored ...

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