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Schroon Lake is Infested with Curly Leaf Pondweed and Milfoil
Schroon Lake is infested with curly leaf pondweed and milfoil, two invasive species. But lake advocates and state and local officials are working to keep other aquatic invasives out through a new boat washing station in Severance. ... more >>

Suburban Chicago Lake's Fish Kill Sparked by Herbicide Treatment
A suburban Chicago official says hundreds of fish died in the community's lake when oxygen levels plummeted after an herbicide was applied to combat aquatic plants. ... more >>

Fracking is Destroying U.S. Water Supply
While first generation fracking wells used 3 to 5 millions gallons of water, current third generation wells use 10 to 30 million gallons. ... more >>

Invasive Water Plant Discovered in Maine lake
Officials announced the discovery of a European frogbit infestation in Cobbossee Lake, just a week after the discovery of the also-invasive Eurasian water milfoil in the same lake. ... more >>

Persistent High Lake Levels Set Stage for Big Flood
Heavy rains caused widespread flooding in the Madison area. When Lake Monona crested, officials began harvesting the aquatic vegetation in an effort to increase the water flow out of the chain of lakes. Staff used ten mechanical weed harvesters to remove over 270 loads of aquatic plants. That doubled the flow of water leaving the chain of lakes, so more water is leaving the Yahara chain than what’s entering, allowing lake levels to stabilize. ... more >>

Businessman uses Milfoil Harvester to Cut Out Invasive Water Plant
A mechanical milfoil harvesting machine has seen steady work on Black Lake this summer, according to one of the owners of the apparatus. ... more >>

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