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Homeland Security

The federal government is hard at work to contain and eliminate foreign invaders who have shown up illegally on U.S. soil and threaten our citizens and our way of life.

It's not what you think. This 'homeland security' effort is being carried out by the United States Department of Agriculture.  Take a look at Invasivespecies.gov, a web site that explains the fight against invasive species of bugs and weeds... enemies like the Africanized honeybee, Asian tiger mosquito, European gypsy moth and the Japanese beetle. The site is informative and easy to navigate, with some great photography.

March 18, 2005 in Helpful resources | Permalink


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