Lake Michigan Shoreline Habitat Restoration Removes Invasive Species

A diverse group of native ecosystems around the Chicago area help protect water quality in Lake Michigan and provide habitat for native wildlife. Yet many of these ecosystems are being threatened by invasive species that choke out native plants. Local organizations, with funding from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, have come together to remove invasive species from 4,500 acres north of Chicago. Read more here>

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