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Southern, NJ
(Zone 6b)

September 11, 2006
8:47 PM

Post #2713207

I'm tired of pulling up vinca and ivy, so I've been thinking.

What might get more people, a broader audience, interested in learning about invasives? Marketing is the answer! Maybe little teaser ads in the local throw away paper. Get people talking! The hyperlinks wouldn't be to DG, of course, and I'd like suggestions for better sites.

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This message was edited Sep 13, 2006 11:52 PM
Hendersonville, NC
(Zone 7a)

September 12, 2006
6:04 AM

Post #2714823

Great idea!
Bureau County, IL
(Zone 5a)

October 13, 2006
4:05 AM

Post #2812480

I can't believe Equil missed one! How creative and hysterically funny. I can't believe I missed it...

October 28, 2006
5:51 AM

Post #2857988

I've got a really nice iron on for a t-shirt for you to wear if you are interested. I think you will really like it and you could consider yourself part of the solution not the problem as I can assure you that wearing it will draw attention. Interested? D-Mail me. tee he.

I can't believe I missed this thread myself. You should have sent me a link.

In answer to your question, "What might get more people, a broader audience, interested in learning about invasives?" When they (invasive species) start hitting them harder in the pocketbook than they already are. People don't like shelling out hard earned money cleaning up other people's indiscretions.
Citra, FL
(Zone 9a)

October 29, 2006
4:14 PM

Post #2862210

Good thinking, notgrnjean!

(I've been more absent than not for a couple of months.)

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