Lake cleanup under way at Reed Bingham

REED BINGHAM STATE PARK — To prepare for the summer swimming, boating and fishing season the Department of Natural Resources has begun removal of invasive aquatic vegetation at Reed Bingham State Park. Due to a mild winter climate and lack of treatment last year, hydrilla — a non-native, invasive species — grew back quickly and is worse than the previous years, park officials said Tuesday.


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