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Upcoming Vermont Invasive Patroller (VIP) Training Workshops

Vermont Invasive Patrollers (VIPs) monitor water bodies for new introductions of invasive species and report their findings to the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). VIPs play a vital role in preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species in Vermont. 362 more words

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Attack of the Killer Goldfish!

Okay, well goldfish may not kill you, but they can certainly kill our ecosystems if they are let loose in Alberta’s waters! Goldfish are showing up all over the province – and not just in pet stores or your aquarium at home. 363 more words

Environmental Health

New aquatic invasive found in Lake Minnetonka 

With aquatic invader numbers on the rise in Minnesota waterways, lake-goers should be on the look out for a new invasive plant species that could take over one of Minnesota’s biggest lakes. 92 more words

Lake Minnetonka

Spotlight on Public Access Greeter Program: Waterbury Reservoir

Greeter Zach Johnston chats with boaters about invasive species at a Waterbury Reservoir access area.

Mist rises from the water during a spring morning on Waterbury Reservoir. 472 more words

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Removing Water Chestnut - Getting it Done

What do an ECO AmeriCorps member, a retired Water Resources manager, a Fayston home schooler and his dad, a UVM Rubenstein intern, a Lake Champlain Lake Steward… 362 more words

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