Weed control plan studied to reduce eagle mortality at lake

Results of a stakeholder survey about hydrilla at Thurmond Lake, and the possible use of grass carp to control it, should be available sometime in May.
“We have received over 40 percent of the surveys back so far, and this is actually quite good for a mail survey,” said Susan Wilde, an assistant professor at University of Georgia’s Warnell School of Forestry, who is managing the survey.
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