Bad Weed 

Or is it? The case for not yanking out every invasive plant in our dunes

The prevailing wind flows over the ocean, pushing water across its surface. As it sweeps ashore, the wind crosses the wet slope then hits the beige edge of dry sand, lofting millions of grains and urging them southeastward. The papery sound of…

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