Jane Herbert is a Senior Extension Educator for Michigan State University Extension focusing on inland lake and shoreline management and aquatic invasive species. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources from the University of Michigan and a Master of Science degree in Extension Education from Michigan State University.


By Jane Herbert / July 1, 2014 / 0 Comments

While they may seem harmless, those unwanted flowers or frogs you’re removing from your pond might be a dangerously invasive species! What’s more: “releasing them to the wild” could create an out-of-control infestation that throws the local ecosystem completely out of whack. Follow the instructions of Linda Whitlock and Jane Herbert to ensure that your pond’s unwanted wildlife doesn’t become an epidemic!

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