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    Drew Perlmutter, education and outreach project manager for Lake Stewards of Maine, explains to participants Thursday what to look for in an aquatic plant in order to determine if it is an invasive species during a workshop at Silver Lake Campground in Roxbury. Perlmutter is holding a Curly Leaf Pond Weed, one of the invasive species found in Maine.

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    Drew Perlmutter, education and outreach project manager for Lake Stewards of Maine, points out features of an aquatic plant in order to determine if it is an invasive species during a workshop Thursday at Silver Lake Campground in Roxbury.

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    Roberta Hill, invasive species program director for Lake Stewards of Maine, points out indicators on a plant that will help participants determine if it is an invasive species during a workshop Thursday at Silver Lake Campground in Roxbury.

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    Drew Perlmutter, education and outreach project manager for Lake Stewards of Maine, examines features of an invasive species with participants of a plant identification class Thursday at Silver Lake Campground in Roxbury.

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    Mary LaPointe of the Worthly Pond Plant Patrol group, right, and Christy Strout of the Green Lake Association try to figure out what type of aquatic plants are in trays on one of the tables during Thursday's workshop at Silver Lake Campground in Roxbury, presented by Lake Stewards of Maine.

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    Roberta Hill, invasive species program director for Lake Stewards of Maine, points out indicators on a plant that will help participants determine if it is an invasive species during a class Thursday at Silver Lake Campground in Roxbury.

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    The pavilion at Silver Lake Campground is filled with people from around the state who came to learn about invasive plants during a class Thursday at Silver Lake Campground in Roxbury, presented by Lake Stewards of Maine.

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    Ross Swain, left, host of Thursday class on invasive species identification, talks with participant Doug Burke from the Worthly Pond Plant Patrol group, at Silver Lake Campground in Roxbury, presented by Lake Stewards of Maine.

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    A white board, showing indicators used to determine if a plant is invasive or not, is presented at a plant identification class at Silver Lake Campground in Roxbury on Thursday.

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    A tray holds aquatic plants that participants of a plant identification class, held Thursday at Silver Lake Campground in Roxbury, inspect as they try to figure out if they are invasive or not.

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