State of the Planet

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SSRFP 2015 Field Work: Piermont Marsh

Piermont Marsh, along the Hudson River, has been overtaken by an invasive reed species called phragmites. Students in our high school field work program spent the summer studying the marsh and testing non-chemical methods to restore its native diversity.

Piermont Marsh, along the Hudson River, has been overtaken by an invasive reed species called phragmites. Students in our high school field work program spent the summer studying the marsh and testing non-chemical methods to restore its native diversity.


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