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Ka-Voka Jackson, far right, records progress made by UNLV ecology students in removing invasive Ravenna grass from Glen Canyon National Park as part of her master’s degree project.
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Ka-Voka Jackson, far right, records progress made by UNLV ecology students in removing invasive Ravenna grass from Glen Canyon National Park as part of her master’s degree project.

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