"Sunshine spills across the wet prairie as resource management crews begin their trek to their target. Over muddy roads and then through lush carpets of grasses under stately pine trees, interns hike while carrying herbicide sprayers and machetes. They are leading a small crew of Outward Bound students who are volunteering for a day in Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary’s backcountry; their goal is the treatment of the nasty invasive plant Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebenthifolia)."
Thus starts an article written by Allyson L. Webb, Resource Manager PIMB.
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