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Sunday, July 14th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

AmeriCorps plays central role in controlling noxious weeds

Zach Dieterman, the South District field coordinator for the Rochester-based AmeriCorps crew in August 2018, walked into an area where a Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa crew working through the Fillmore SWCD had treated the banks of the Root River at a public access with herbicide. In 2017, funding from state partners allowed for treating about one-third of known Japanese hops locations and all known poison hemlock locations along the Root River. Dieterman has since taken a job with the Minnesota DNR. (Photo by Ann Wessel, BWSR)

Along the Root River in Fillmore and Houston counties, crews work with SWCDs, agriculture department to treat Japanese hops, poison hemlock.

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