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Winter Aquatic Plant Growth
Pewaukee Lake is the largest of the ninety-one lakes located in Waukesha County, Wisconsin. It is a premier lake for Musky, Walleye, Northern Pike, and Largemouth bass. It supports a diverse plant community which is dominated by Eurasian watermilfoil. ... more >>

Illinois Phragmities Overgrowth
Phragmites, the Common Reed, is a large perennial grass that is found on every continent except Antarctica. This colonial plant is capable of forming large stands or colonies arising from one or a few seeds or plant pieces. These colonies form along the margins of streams and in marshes and ditches. Eradication of Phragmites is not likely once it successfully invades an area, but with proper control methods and annual maintenance, native plant populations can be reestablished, wildlife and wetland habitat improved, and recreational opportunities restored. ... more >>

Southeast Africa River Clean Up
Multiple pieces of machinery were purchased to clear the river. ... more >>

Western Africa Case Study
A complete package of equipment was recently put into service in Western Africa. ... more >>

Hyacinth Invasion in Kenya
A port in Kenya was packed with water hyacinth so thick that boats could not move. ... more >>

New York City Department of Environmental Protection
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection has maintained a successful debris management program for more than 20 years. ... more >>

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