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By Scott Bidroski
Sheridan County Journal Star 

Helicopters to Survey Noxious and Invasive Weed Species in Western Nebraska's waterway

 

An invasive and noxious weed surveying project, which will focus on waterways in Western Nebraska, is set to begin this week.

The Panhandle Research Integration for Discovery Education, otherwise known as P.R.I.D.E., is heading up the surveying project to get a grasp and  head start on invasive and noxious weeds in the area’s precious waterways.

Helicopters will be utilized in Sheridan, Box Butte, Deuel, Sioux, Dawes, Cheyenne, and Garden counties to locate areas of noxious and invasive weeds to target for spraying.

The dates the helicopters will be flying these counties are May 25 - Jun...



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