An urgent call: Protect the river from knotweed

This a typical invasive Japanese knotweed, in flower. Photo by Tom Zetterstrom

CORNWALL — Control or prevention of the spread of the invasive Japanese knotweed, which is abundant in many area towns, drew discussion at a meeting of the Housatonic River Commission (HRC) held on Tuesday, Sept. 11. Reporting to the HRC was Tom Zetterstrom, the area’s knotweed network co-ordinator and an expert on invasive non-native plants. 

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