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Tidestrom’s lupine is growing in areas where beach grass was bulldozed last year at Abbott’s Lagoon. David Briggs

Out past where the sedges and bunchgrass near Abbott’s Lagoon give way to rolling dunes, endangered plants like the Tidestrom’s Lupine have been struggling to survive a European onslaught: the invasive Continental beach grass, so familiar to residents and seashore visitors, has been making its glacial advance since it was first planted in the late 1800s, and . . .

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