Multiflora Rose

Multiflora Rose (Rosa multiflora) Photo by Peggy Buck

Grade Level: Grades 3-6

Subject: Science

By Peggy Buck

Franklin Seventh Day Adventist Church School, Macon County

This unit will expose the aggressive invasion of exotic plants into the mountains of Western North Carolina. We will discover why some of the plants were brought here and how they became invasive. Can we regain control?  What can you do to help? Targeting grades 3-6. May be easily adapted to other levels.

Adventures of the American Mind- Western Carolina University

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