Working Dogs for Conservation screens shelter dogs for their olfactory abilities and rescues and trains the most promising pups to detect invasive plants. One team has helped conservationists nearly eradicate invasive dyer's woad in a region of Montana, says Pete Coppolillo, the group's executive director.
Dogs help conservationists restore natural habitats
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