Invasives in the Mukwonago River watershed

There are invasives that you can help mitigate if you find them on your property. Here are three:

Common teasel found on County Highway E, along many state highways and county and town roads.

Japanese knotweed very bad if found in waterways. Many homeowners struggle with this plant which becomes hedgelike.

Wild parsnip found in the watershed. Very bad for humans when contacted with skin.

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