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Harvester Removes 500 Cubic Yards of Unwanted Aquatic Vegetation
The aquatic plant harvester cuts the vegetation down approximately 2-5 feet from the surface of the lake. It will not be fully removed since it benefits fish and oxygen levels in the lake. The process helps keep swimmers and watercraft from coming into contact with the vegetation as well as removing the nutrients that the plants hold. ... more >>
The Rebirth of Polluted Lake Apopka
In July 1980, Tower Chemical Company (TCC), a local pesticide manufacturer, improperly disposed of significant amounts of DDE, a known endocrine disruptor, along with other toxic chemicals. As a result, these chemicals spilled into Lake Apopka which has caused health problems in much of the lake's wildlife population, and has caused infertility and other sexual disorders in several species, including alligators. ... more >>
Blue Waters Barge Cleanup Effort
Dane County is partnering with the City of Madison to continue its “blue waters barge” cleanup effort along the shorelines of Lake Mendota and Lake Monona. ... more >>

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Two Species of Elodea Could be the Demise of Alaska’s Pristine Waters - Two species of elodea have been found recently in a handful of lakes and sloughs in Alaska. While native in some of the lower 48 states, these species are the first invasive aquatic weeds in Alaska.


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