Another Good Use for an Invasive Plant

In our efforts to protect the  native mosaics of wetland plants and animals we value, we often have to deal with the monocultures of the non-native giant reed grass or Phragmites that threaten them.  Here is an organization, Phragwrites,  that decided to put the invasive to good use as they work to prevent its spread. Is the pen mightier than the herbicide? CLICK HERE for their website.

Pens made from Phragmites

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