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The University of Florida - Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants

The UF/IFAS Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants is a multidisciplinary research, teaching and extension unit directed to develop environmentally sound techniques for the management of aquatic and natural area weed species and to coordinate aquatic plant research activities within the State of Florida. The Center was established in 1978 by the Florida legislature. Directed by Dr. William Haller, the Center utilizes expertise from many departments within UF/IFAS and its Agricultural Research and Education Centers throughout Florida.

The mission of the CAIP Information Office is to inform and educate all stakeholders about the impacts and management of invasive plants

Browse the Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants' website for great aquatic management tips.

 
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Algae Blooms Return to Lake Champlain - As steamy weather descended on Vermont, Lake Champlain users and scientists awaited test results to learn whether last week’s blue-green algae blooms have persisted in spots along Burlington, Missisquoi, and St. Albans bays. Although the blooms, which can product potentially dangerous toxins, test samples were well below levels of concern, the Health Department warned lake users, especially children and pets, because they are more likely to swallow water when swimming, to avoid areas with dense amounts of algae.


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