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Mechanical Harvesting Part of Cleanup Efforts on Mill Pond
Before issuing a request for quotations to private contractors for the mechanical harvesting of macrophytes, or pond weeds, as part of cleanup efforts at Mill Pond in East Falmouth, the Falmouth Water Quality Management Committee will gather additional information about permitting requirements from the state as well as the permit process from the Town of Brewster, which has harvested weeds in its own ponds.

The area to be harvested is about 11 acres, and the Town of Falmouth will provide the necessary permitting and a location for weighing and disposal of the harvested material. The route from the pond to the truck scale at the compost area is about 7.5 miles.

 
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Massive Declines in Crooked River Fish Populations - The 2016 Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife annual electro shocking survey of fish populations in the upper Wild & Scenic section of the Crooked River revealed that, during the past year, the wild redband trout population suffered a catastrophic 86.4 percent reduction in numbers while the native mountain whitefish mortality was an alarming 45.3 percent.


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