Tuesday, June 18, 2019

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No Invasive Mussels Detected in Saskatchewan Waters in 2018

The Government of Saskatchewan concluded its 2018 invasive mussel monitoring program with no confirmed findings of invasive mussels in 121 waterbodies sampled throughout the...

B.C. Dedicates Ongoing Funding to Invasive Mussel Defence Program

The Government of British Columbia has announced dedicated annual funding for B.C.'s Invasive Mussel Defence Program to help protect the province’s waterways from the...

Lake Huron LAMP Released

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has released its Lakewide Action and Management Plan (LAMP) for Lake Huron 2017-2021, part of a binational effort to...

Canada Deepens Commitment to the Control of Great Lakes Sea Lamprey

The government of Canada announced the creation of a new team of fisheries managers to increase the capacity of Canada's Sea Lamprey Control Program to...

Michigan Awards Prizes for Great Lakes Invasive Carp Challenge

The State of Michigan has awarded $500,000 to the winners of the Great Lakes Invasive Carp Challenge, which sought solutions to the incursion of...

Canadian Government Testing B-QUA Ballast Water Equipment

The Government of Canada is testing aqua-tools’ B-QUA ballast water sampling and monitoring kit for possible use in the Canadian ballast water surveillance programme. The...

Good News Stories from Combating Invasive Species in Canadian Ecoystems

Ducks Unlimited Canada (UDC) is honouring National Invasive Species Awareness Week, February 26th to March 2nd, by elevating the stories of conversation success in...

Sask. Waterbodies Free of Invasive Mussels in 2017

The Government of Saskatchewan concluded its invasive mussel monitoring program for 2017 with no confirmed findings of invasive mussels in 90 waterbodies sampled throughout...

Increased Cooperation to Support Great Lakes Transportation

The Great Lakes are a critical shared waterway, and cooperation between the United States and Canada has been key to the safety and efficiency...

Phragmite Control Underway in Grand River Watershed

Phragmites are being eliminated at the Taquanyah Conservation Area—west of Cayuga, Ontario—today as part of the Grand River Conservation Authority’s (GRCA) three-year plan to...

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