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Study detects invasive Eurasian Milfoil in Lake Revelstoke
The invasive Eurasian Water Milfoil has been detected in Lake Revelstoke near the Martha Creek Provincial Park boat launch, the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society announced in a media release.

Last autumn, the Columbia Shuswap Invasive Species Society (CSISS) completed invasive plant and mussel detection surveys in high priority lakes in the North Columbia.

There were no Quagga or Zebra mussels detected in their study of Lake Kinbasket, Lake Revelstoke, The Upper Arrow reservoir, and the Columbia River, but the milfoil was discovered at Martha Creek.

Invasive milfoil and invasive mussels take over riparian and recreational water areas, making it dangerous and difficult for swimmers and native aquatic life.


 
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