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Woodland Angelica Taking Over

angelica.JPGOver the past few years this invasive plant has taken hold all along the St. John River, and it's notoriously tricky to get rid of. The Nature Conservancy of Canada is rounding up volunteers to tackle the plant this weekend on its property at Shampers Bluff. Stewardship rep Shawna Wallace has the details.

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