Concordia College professor Michelle Marko, right, along with biology students Laura Brutscher, Blake Mackenzie and Lydia Stinar, from left, search the shoreline of Capitol Lake on Tuesday during a wetlands survey to check the survival rate of weevils that were planted there last year to eat milfoil, an invasive weed.
Concordia College professor Michelle Marko, right, along with biology students Laura Brutscher, Blake Mackenzie and Lydia Stinar, from left, search the shoreline of Capitol Lake on Tuesday during a wetlands survey to check the survival rate of weevils that were planted there last year to eat milfoil, an invasive weed. The Olympian
Concordia College professor Michelle Marko, right, along with biology students Laura Brutscher, Blake Mackenzie and Lydia Stinar, from left, search the shoreline of Capitol Lake on Tuesday during a wetlands survey to check the survival rate of weevils that were planted there last year to eat milfoil, an invasive weed. The Olympian

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