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Horticulturist at Olbrich Gardens, Hayward area groups among 2017 Invader Crusader award winners

Published by Central Office June 6, 2017

Contact(s): Kelly Kearns, 608-267-5066

MADISON -- The lead horticulturist of Madison's Olbrich Gardens, the president of a nonprofit association working to control invasive plants, and the coordinator of volunteers helping to care for State Natural Areas are among the eight Wisconsin residents and two groups receiving awards for their significant contributions to education about and the prevention and control of invasive species in Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin Invasive Species Council will present Invader Crusader Awards in a ceremony June 8 at the MacKenzie Environmental Center in Poynette. The ceremony, which begins at 1 p.m., is among the activities marking June as Invasive Species Awareness Month.

Invader Crusader award winners, their hometowns, and a brief description of their contributions follow. More detailed write-ups can be found on the Wisconsin Invasive Species Council website (exit DNR).

Last Revised: Tuesday, June 06, 2017

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