1. Lizard Patrol: Episode 87 of The Perennial Plate


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    Over the course of thirty years, the Island of Boca Grande in Florida went from having zero Iguanas to over 10 thousand. This invasive species was making it impossible for native plants and animals to survive. The island finally decided to do something about it, they called George Cera. We went on trip around the highland with this hired gun… and of course we ate some lizard.

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    • Asian Carp: Episode 102 of The Perennial Plate


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      Asian Carp are quickly becoming the invasive species to beat. They are showing up and taking over in rivers across the country and threatening native species by out-competing fish for the plankton that forms the base of the aquatic food chain. The fish may be present in the Twin Cities as well. What better way to head home, than to meet with a fisherman who was tackling the very fish who would soon be greeting us from in a few days? We went out with a fisherman on the Peoria River and got to see what our future hopefully doesn't hold.

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      • Fire Starter: Episode 98 of The Perennial Plate


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        On a beautiful fall day in Andalusia, Alabama we collected invasive Corbicula Clams with Jimmy and Sierra Stiles. Then we made a fire... by hand and ate. www.theperennialplate.com Filmed on Canon t2i

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        • National Geographic: Wild Chronicles Version: Caballo Loco on Easter Island


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          I directed, shot, wrote and edited Caballo Loco on Easter Island as part of my graduate thesis for my MFA in Science and Natural History Filmmaking from Montana State University. In 2007 National Geographic took my 25-minute film and created a 5-minute short for a segment on Wild Chronicles, airing nationally on PBS. If you would like a copy of the entire film please contact me at laurajeanboyd@yahoo.com Thanks for viewing my work! Laura This short is narrated by Boyd Matson.

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          • Bushpig


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            In the Kamberg Valley of South Africa the balance of nature isn't what it used to be, Franco Esposito is doing something about the Bushpig "problem". created by: www.theperennialplate.com in partnership with: www.intrepidtravel.com/food/ music by Lullatone: www.lullatone.com

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            • The Perennial Plate Episode 85: Goose Dilemma


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              In this episode we go out with a man who is dedicated to hunting invasive species. We hunt and cook Canadian Geese on a winery in Virginia. www.theperennialplate.com

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              • Dick Shaw's Japanese knotweed presentation


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                Dick Shaw, a Principal Investigator at CABI, talks about invasive species, introduces natural control, and explains how it can be used to help control Japanese knotweed - an invasive weed.

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                • From the Field: Eradicating nutria from Chesapeake Bay marshes


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                  January 2012: Steve Kendrot, wildlife biologist with the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), leads us on a journey through an Eastern Shore marsh to find signs of invasive nutria (Myocastor coypus), and explains why it's important for local landowners to support the nutria eradication project. Learn more at www.chesapeakebay.net Produced by Steve Droter Music: "Demain je change de vie" by Löhstana David

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                  • Phillip Foss vs the Asian carp


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                    Lockwood executive chef Phillip Foss butchers and prepares the invasive Bighead Asian carp for the Food Chain, the Chicago Reader's food and drink blog http://www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/asian-carp-issue/Content?oid=1572163 http://www.chicagoreader.com/TheBlog/archives/food-chain/

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                    • Carribean Invasion


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                      An invasive species is threatening the reefs of the Carribean. See how the locals of Roatan Island in Honduras are trying to manage this threat to their marine environment.

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