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    Join ISN to remove Japanese barberry from downtown Frankfort! Located next to City Hall, on Main St., this beautiful park is full of barberry and we want to remove the plants and replace them with native species. This is hard but rewarding work - ISN will provide all tools, just bring gloves! For more information, please contact ISN Outreach Specialist, Emily Cook - (231)941-0960 x 20 or ecook@gtcd.org
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