First Photograph: Visit to Flat Rock Kudzu Committee at Flat Rock, NC. June 2006. Center Photograph: Visit from Sumter National Forest and Student Conservation Association. August 2006. Second Photograph: Bill Stringer, President, South Carolina Native Plant Society, Norris, SC. July 2007.
One of the purposes of the Coalition is to inform and educate individuals, and organizations, that are interested in confronting the threat that kudzu presents to their community beautification investments. Our message is simple: Kudzu is a big problem, but there are ways to contain it, or push it back, or eliminate it, without using chemicals. It is not necessary to "spray and pray", or do deep digging to remove large kudzu roots.
In the list below the red asterisk * indicates that an individual is a member of the Coalition Board of Directors.
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