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Project Aims to Reduce Invasive Plants in City Parks

Posted: 08/31/2015 - As part of a multifaceted invasive species management program, the City of Tallahassee will be working with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to treat eight city parks for invasive plant species.

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