Monthly Archives: May 2012

Walk with the Meat Eaters

Saturday was our annual hike in the Green Swamp preserve called Walk with the Meat Eaters! This hike showcases the carnivorous plants of the Southeast Coastal Plain; plants like the Venus Flytrap and pitcher plants. We had a wonderful hike … Continue reading

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Flea beetles cont.

So one of my very first posts on this blog was about an invasive species control project we have on the Black River to control alligator weed.  You can read all about it in my post “Flea beetles?”. Alligator weed is … Continue reading

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