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Park Service Removing Invasive Plant
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Park Service Removing Invasive Plant

A group of volunteers will be out at Lake Mead Saturday to pull an invasive species from the shores of the lake.

National Park Services rangers will take volunteers from Callville Bay Marina to Sandy Cove to help pull Sahara mustard. The invasive plant pushes out native plants, by removing them, native species can thrive.

During the event, rangers will show people how to spot and pull the unwanted plant.

The event is limited to 12 volunteers. To see if there are spaces available, call (702) 293-8711.  

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