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  1. Unknown small sedum(?)

    Hi Shelby, My first guess would be something like carolina geranium, which is an ag and turf weed that would fit your site conditions and area. Hopefully someone else will jump in quickly if I'm wrong! Here's a short website on it: https://blogs.msucares.com/turfgrass/2014/05/01/weed-of-the-week-carolina-geranium/ and there are lots of others, mostly recommending mowing and herbicide or strengthening the turf grass it might be growing in. It looks like you have a lot, so herbicide may be the way to go unless you are able to put more resources into mowing and heavy planting (it sounds like it's not very competitive with grasses if they're growing densely enough). Good luck! Jennifer Muladore Northeast MI CWMA
  2. Welcome to the forum thread for the Northeast MI Cooperative Weed Management Area! We have a lot of projects on the slate for 2016 and we hope to have some great discussions with landowners and partners in this space. The CWMA is coordinated by Huron Pines, a nonprofit organization based in Gaylord. This year's staff team includes Jennifer Muladore, Ecologist and Melissa Buzzard, Habitat Specialist--with assistance from our AmeriCorps members in our office and at other sites around the state. We're still developing our new web page at www.huronpines.org/invasives but we do have an active Facebook page. Please feel free to use this space to ask us about our priority species, treatment techniques, and places we're working. We look forward to a great year of invasive species management and outreach in Northeast Michigan! Jennifer and Melissa