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Yellow Stars in a River of Green: How Plants are Changing the Yakima River Ecosystem
Rachel Little, Benton Conservation District Biologist
An aquatic plant that now dominates the lower Yakima River is moving into the Delta, one of Washington’s Important Bird Areas. From underwater, these green plants push their bright yellow, star-shaped flowers just above the surface. Learn how these plants are influencing public health, water quality, recreation, and the aquatic ecosystem.
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