Gardeners On Alert for Latest Invasive Species: Jumping Worms:

Jumping worms, native to East Asia, are bad news for Minnesota soils. Not only do they eat away the roots of plants like hosta, but they destroy the top two inches of soil, which makes soil easier to erode. Dr. Lee Frelich, head of the Center for Forest Ecology at the University of Minnesota, has been tracking these creatures for some time. "About 15 years ago I would say when some of them appeared in Loring Park and they killed a bunch of hostas in the garden there," said Frelich. "I saw those hostas sitting there and you could… Read More

The Connection

Along for the Ride: Summer Crime Prevention:  Go along for the ride with the Plymouth Police Department. Community… Read More

Mayor's Minutes & More

Plymouth Mayor’s Minutes 6-7-21:  Plymouth Mayor Jeff Wosje sits down with Dave Kiser to talk about efforts to increase… Read More

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