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Aquarius Systems Weed Harvester Doing the Trick on Lake Hallie
Lake Hallie has a new look thanks to the use of an Aquarius Systems weed harvester. The mechanical harvester runs five days a week to cut and collect the aquatic vegetation. In just two weeks, 135 tons of algae and milfoil has been removed. ... more >>
Buffalo Lake Management Team
The Buffalo Lake Management Team was formed by the Minister of Environment in 1991 to provide advice on the construction, mitigation and operation of the Parlby Creek-Buffalo Lake Water Management Project. Since completion of the construction phase of the project, the Committee has focused on assessment of mitigation measures to be addressed, monitoring ongoing operations and land use surrounding the Parlby Creek-Buffalo Lake system. ... more >>
Middle School Students Research Marine Debris
Eight students from Anchorage, Whittier, Valdez, Cordova and Homer traveled to forests and fish hatcheries on the research vessel Babkin to learn about the effect of marine debris and lingering oil on the sensitive habitats of Prince William Sound. ... more >>

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