CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon announced an initiative to address “terrestrial invasive plants in the state.”
Two teams were meant to meet at 9:30 am Thursday, Oct. 10 in Casper to get those efforts underway.
Weather has forced those meeting to be postponed.
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“Due to the threat of severe weather throughout the state, the first meeting of the Governor’s Invasive Species Initiative that was scheduled for 9:30 am on Thursday, October 10 in Casper has been postponed,” the governor’s office said on Wednesday.
“The meeting will be rescheduled at a date to be determined.”