$100,000 offered to help reduce or eliminate invasive plants in Michigan’s inland lakes

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A Michigan agency announced a new grant program to help control or get rid of invasive plants in Michigan’s inland lakes.

The Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy’s Water Resources Division will provide around $100,000 for the Aquatic Invasive Plant Control Grant.

The specific details on eligibility, instructions for applying, and items that need to be included are currently being developed and will be made available on June 1st.

Grant applications will be accepted from June 1st through July 1st.

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