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Actions taken to reestablish the pine barrens ecosystem–timber harvest, mechanical site treatment, and prescribed burning–can increase the risk of spreading invasive plants to non-infested sites. Mitigating these risks is a key component of the Northwest Sands Pine Barren Restoration Project in western Wisconsin.
Read about: Yosemite National Park and Interagency partners' efforts to tackle yellow starthistle in California, an innovative conservation approachs for Russian olive and saltcedar by the Missouri River Watershed Coalition, BLM and partners “Restore New Mexico” on a landscape scale, proper application timing for maximum invasive plant control with Milestone® herbicide, and invasive plant management in the Pacific Islands.