By Tim Kowols
Landowners can learn how the Environmental Protection Agency can help with their invasive species concerns when the Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission hosts a conversation Wednesday in Luxemburg. Plants like phragmites, wild parsnip, and Japanese knotweed have taken a hold of the area while landowners figure out what it is and how to treat it. Natural Resources Planner Angela Kowalzek-Adrians says a grant acquired from the EPA could help manage the problem better.
“A Conversation on Invasive Species in Kewaunee County” will take place Wednesday evening at the Kewaunee County Fairgrounds Expo Hall beginning at 6 p.m.