Invasive plants are being turned into artwork by this N.J.-based eco-artist

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New Jersey residents are regularly encouraged to remove invasive plants and species they come into contact. One local artist is joining in the effort to mitigate invasive species in an unprecedented way that benefits both her and the community she lives in. An eco-artist based in Lambertville, Lauren Rosenthal McManus is spearheading a project in which she will remove invasive plants species from the local community and use them to create maps of an environmental landmark in the region. McManus is owner of AmpersandMade in Lambertville, a picture frame shop that also doubles as her art studio. The G…

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