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
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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
Vermont’s lakes and ponds are characterized by a plethora of biota. While boating on the south end of Lake Champlain (heading toward lock 12), my colleagues and I are greeted at the Lake’s Narrows by a juvenile bald eagle standing guard atop a white cedar. 431 more words
In the mid-2000s, a brown, slimy organism began showing up in some of Vermont’s high-quality trout streams. First in the Batten Kill River in 2006, and later in the White River and Mad River, among others. 383 more words