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Aquatic invasive species on the move

June 25, 2013
By Hilary Smith (hsmith@TNC.org) , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

Aquatic invasive species are one of the top threats to Adirondack waters even though the region is in relatively good shape, for now. Adirondack waterways have fewer AIS compared to neighboring waters such as Lake Champlain, Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River and Hudson River. Plus, two out of three waterways surveyed by volunteers are free of aquatic invasives, which is great news. We are well positioned to fend off new arrivals with effective education and prevention programs. The time to act is now. When recreating on lakes, ponds and rivers this summer, keep watchful eyes for these potential invaders.

 
 
 

 

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