The state of Ohio has outlawed the selling and distribution of 38 invasive plant species in a bid to protect fragile native plant and animal populations.
Today, we discuss the environmental threat these plants pose and how the Ohio Invasive Plants Council plans to halt their spread.
- Debra Knapke, author and gardening expert
- Jennifer Windus, president of the Ohio Invasive Plants Council and former program administrator at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources
- Roger Seely, owner of Seely's Landscape Nursery