Help For Landowners To Control Invasive Weeds, Improve Habitat

From Potter County Today

habitatHeadwaters Resource Conservation and Development Council is supporting weed control and wildlife habitat management for private landowners in Potter and nearby counties. The organization has announced it will assign trained personnel to visit private property, when invited, to provide technical assistance and educational materials on identifying and eradicating noxious and invasive weeds and improving wildlife habitat. Details are available at 814-375-1372, Ext. 117. Deadline to apply is May 31.

Potter County Today is a timely information site courtesy of the Potter County Commissioners. Reprinted with Permission.


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