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Baringo Lakes on the Deathbed after Attack by Water Hyacinth
Baringo County is staring at an estimated annual loss of Sh5 billion following the invasion of the killer water hyacinth on Lake Baringo, and toxic discharge of effluent by some flower farms. ... more >>

Company to Probe for Minerals Close to Mekong River Dolphin Habitat
An Australian mining company aims to begin searching for minerals, as well as oil and gas, next to part of the Mekong River in Cambodia where the endangered Irrawaddy river dolphin (Orcaella brevirostris) lives. ... more >>

City Considers Options for Treating Algae
The City of Anacortes is moving forward with plans to treat algae blooms in Heart Lake, aiming to start sometime in early spring. This summer, the city used an aquatic herbicide to treat the lake for milfoil, which likely led to the algae bloom. ... more >>

DNR Violation to Operate a Motor Vehicle on Exposed Lake Bed
Little Muskego Lake was drained during the fall to combat an aquatic invasive species called starry stonewort, and now large portions of the lake bed are exposed. It is a DNR violation to "Operate a Motor Vehicle on Exposed Lake bed." ... more >>

Weed Control Part of Dane County Plan
The use of aquatic weed harvesting equipment to cut and collect lake weeds is part Dane County's lake management plan. ... more >>

Controlling Non-Native Species by Eating Them
Our human ability to decimate a population of animals by way of hunger is well established (seen any bison or passenger pigeons around lately?) So, the idea goes, can’t we turn that voraciousness on species that are harming our lands and waterways? ... more >>

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