Researchers warn of ‘very dangerous’ invasive species spread around Toronto’s ravines
August 16, 2016
Metro News | August 16, 2016
Researchers at the University of Toronto are sounding alarms about a growing number of invasive species in the city’s ravines. From garlic mustard to Japanese knotweed, non-native plants are on the rise, putting wildlife and the natural ecology at risk, they say. The biggest problem: the Norway maple. Read more.