Ecosystems under attack: How we manage invasive species

Invasive species are plants or animals that are a) living in an environment they are not native to and b) hurt that environment. Their damage can be widespread, ranging from crowding out native species to reducing local water quality. Around the country, many local organizations rely on volunteers to help remove invasive species.

Watch my video to learn more about invasive species management in the Washington, D.C., Metro area.

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