UN SDG #6 Clean Water and Sanitation UN SDG #6

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Removing Invasive Species from Pacific Northwest Waterways

Removing invasive plant species that outcompete native plants in habitat areas is critical to promoting healthy water quality. In particular, poison hemlock is toxic to people and animals in the Pacific Northwest region. Mitigating potential consequences of invasive plant species helps to limit toxic contamination in local waterways.

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Removing Invasive Species from Pacific Northwest Waterways

Removing invasive plant species that outcompete native plants in habitat areas is critical to promoting healthy water quality. In particular, poison hemlock is toxic to people and animals in the Pacific Northwest region. Mitigating potential consequences of invasive plant species helps to limit toxic contamination in local waterways.
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