August 10, 2011
As part of the effort to eradicate invasive Japanese knotweed regionally, program participants met August 5. From left to right are: Elizabeth Mangle, Avery Menz, Terry DeArmas, Doug Johnson, Brendan Quirion, Ryan Burkum, Jaden Aronow (lake steward), Gregory Cerne (Paul Smiths lake steward), Evelyn Greene and Ellen Collins.
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The Town of Inlet's Regional Inlet Invasive Plant Program in has treated tens of thousands of Japanese knotweed plants with herbicide from its forming in 2008 through 2010. These invasive plants were found at more than 100 sites in Blue Mountain Lake, Indian Lake, Inlet and Webb.