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Salt Water to Control Milfoil
If you notice a decrease in the water level at Twin Lakes — despite this week’s drizzly weather — it’s because the City and Borough of Juneau’s Parks and Recreation Department and the Alaska Department of Fish & Game are draining the lakes to control milfoil, an invasive aquatic weed.

The lakes are drained annually and filled with salt water, which controls milfoil without using herbicides.




 
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