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MAINE WATCH WITH JENNIFER ROOKS

Invasive Plants / Storytelling

  • Aired: 04/19/2012
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
Reporter Susan Kimball will bring us up to speed on the ongoing battle against milfoil and other invasive aquatic plants. We looked at the progress and setbacks in the fight to preserve our lakes and ponds with Jacolyn Bailey and Dennis Spinney of the West Pond Association. We also talked with Deena Weinstein, an accomplished storyteller about the art of storytelling.
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We took a look a the progress and setbacks in the fight to preserve our lakes and ponds.
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