WHIP

WHIP

The annual partnership meeting of a multi-agency coop dedicated to controlling invasives species in the Northwoods is being held Thursday and public input is welcomed.

The Wisconsin Headwaters Invasive Partnership, or WHIP, includes Oneida and Vilas counties and fights mainly terrestrial invasive species but also aquatic invasives.

Oneida County Conservationist Michele Sadauskas says the group works toward education, control work and trying to bring groups together to control the spread of invasives.

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A meeting is set for next week to organize the battle against invasive species in the Northwoods.

The Wisconsin Headwaters Invasive Partnership Annual meeting brings together people from several organizations that have a stake in stopping the spread of invasives in Vilas and Oneida counties.

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Groups are meeting next month to try to stop the spread of invasive land plants in the Northwoods.

The Wisconsin Headwaters Invasive Partnership is hosting an open-to-the public meeting at Trees for Tomorrow in Eagle River.