Feral Hogs and Water Quality in Plum Creek
- Date of Publication
- December 7, 2021
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Because of their behavior and physiology, feral hogs impair the water quality in the Plum Creek Watershed. This publication explains the steps being taken to improve water quality in the watershed through the implementation of watershed protection plan. ( 2 pages)
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