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Seaplane Pilots Testing Invasive Species Education
Pacific Northwest seaplane pilots have pioneered a program that would allow pilots to perform their own invasive species inspections prior to landing in another state’s waters rather than requiring state or federal inspectors to perform the examination.

Participants watch an educational video, take an accompanying quiz, and pocket a completion certificate. The course describes how to analyze seaplane aircraft for contamination, and if detected, how to rid the invasive species from the craft. The novel plan was rolled out in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana a few weeks ago and is gaining traction. Proponents say it could lower the cost of inspections for pilots, speed up interstate transport for floatplanes, and lessen the burden for government examiners.


 
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Watercraft Inspectors Protecting Against Aquatic Invasive Species - Lake goers can expect to see a larger presence of watercraft inspectors this summer. The Otter Tail County Board approved the hiring of 30 positions for watercraft inspectors for 2018. The Aquatic Invasive Species Task Force will be doing what they can to fill these positions and prevent the spread of invasive species in the county lakes and rivers.


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