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Chemical Treatment of Arlington Pond Postponed Due to Contamination Worries
Public concern about using chemicals to kill invasive plants in Arlington Pond has halted the project. It would have been the first time the pond has been chemically treated because the weeds have become a nuisance. ... more >>
Knocking on the Great Lakes Door
An aquatic invasive species that was first found in North America in the 1940’s, Eurasian watermilfoil has spread to almost every state, where it grows into thick mats that can make lakes impenetrable for boats and swimmers. Milfoil can make it impossible for native plants to grow, affecting fish and wildlife. ... more >>
Community Clean-Up Prevents the Growth of Algae
Storm sewers in city and suburban streets flow directly into lakes and rivers. Leaves, grass clippings, and other organic debris we often see along curbs and clogging storm drains contain phosphorus, nitrogen and sediment which are all significant sources of water pollution. ... more >>

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Rock Snot Shuts Down Hatchery - Fear of an invasive species of algae commonly called “rock snot” might have contaminated a fish hatchery in Vermont which prompted the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to donate thousands of Atlantic salmon to Native American tribes in the Northeast.


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