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Karen Rodriguez submitted the following GLIN-Announce posting
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Plants Out of Place
http://www.itvisus.com/broadcast/techno/techno_premier.htm

Why are some introduced plants so hard to control, and why are they such a
threat to native ecosystems and endangered species? An upcoming edition of
TECHNO 2100 on Plants Out of Place takes a look at the dangers invasive
species pose to the environment. See how scientists, citizens, landowners
and policy makers are working together to prevent their spread, and why
action at this time is so critical.

The documentary, TECHNO 2100: Plants Out of Place, premieres nationally
Saturday, March 24, at 1:00 PM Eastern, 12:00 PM Central, on CNBC. This
60-minute TV special is produced by Information Television Network in
collaboration with the Great Lakes Commission and is made possible by: the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; BP/Amoco; Conoco; El Paso Field
Services; FICMNEW; the USEPA Gulf of Mexico Program; the National Fish &
Wildlife Foundation; Syngenta Professional Products; the U.S. Department of
Agriculture; USDA Forest Service, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Division of
Fish and Wildlife. TECHNO 2100: Plants Out of Place is co-hosted by Randy
Westbrooks of the U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Department of the Interior,
and Lee Otteni of the Bureau of Land.

For additional station information or to order a VHS copy of the program,
call 1-888-380-6500, or visit www.itvisus.com on the Internet.

Karen Rodriguez
rodriguez.karen@epa.gov
312-353-2690


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