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Shared: Midland-based Huronia Community Foundation donates to invasive-species program

Shared: Midland-based Huronia Community Foundation donates to invasive-species program

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With the generous support of the Huronia Community Foundation, and Duncan and Penny McLaren and the Stow Fund, the Severn Sound Environmental Association (SSEA) is able to purchase new equipment to support the multi-municipality invasive-species program.

Invasive species, including plants, animals and micro-organisms, can negatively impact the environment and native species, the economy and society. The SSEA and the townships of Tiny, Tay, Severn and the Town of Midland initiated the invasive-species pilot program in 2017, to provide local expertise and to co-ordinate a cross-municipal approach to address invasive species, including education, community engagement, mapping, monitoring and management of problematic invasive species.

“Invasive species are…

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