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Protecting Our Forests and Wetlands: "Spiking" and Lawsuits Won't Stop the Rot

Wednesday, August 24, 1994
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Disease and invasive species make up one of the greatest threats to our forests and wetlands. In this informative lecture, Dr. Faith Thompson Campbell from the National Resources Defense Counsel discusses the magnitude of damage inflicted to natural habitats by invasive organisms and she highlights some effective ways control the problem. In addition, Campbell addresses the role of Congress in protecting forests and wetlands from future infestations.

  • invasive
  • species
  • disease
  • forest
  • tree
  • wetlands
  • American
  • Chestnut
  • Elm
  • Hemlock
  • pathogen
  • public lecture
  • wilderness
  • protection