Climate change affecting Ark. Post

Stuttgart Daily Leader: Water hyacinth has crowded the waterways at Arkansas Post National Memorial this summer and fall. Arkansas Post National Memorial Park Ranger Kirby McCallie said it’s just one example of the effect climate change has had on the national park. McCallie describes climate change as, basically, the long-term shift in the earth’s weather. This past year’s unusual weather conditions have allowed for untimely growth, such as with the water hyacinth. The non-native, free-floating perennial plant is a native......

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