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Idaho Inspectors are Out in Full Force
All 15 of Idaho State Department of Agriculture’s boat inspection stations statewide are aimed at keeping out invasive species such as quagga and zebra mussels are now open seven days a week from 7a.m. to 7p.m.

About 10,000 boats have been inspected statewide so far this year for aquatic invasive species and noxious weeds. ISDA has intercepted 18 fouled boats. All of Idaho’s water bodies have tested negative for invasive species, which underscores the importance of the inspection program.

 
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Invasive Elodea has Alaska Ecologists, Homeowners and Aviators Concerned - Elodea, a slender plant with whorled leaves, has been identified in four main areas in Alaska. Elodea's popularity as an aquarium plant and specimen in school and university biology supply kits is considered the leading reason for its uninvited presence in Alaska waters. The Anchorage School District uses science packets containing elodea for microscope examination lessons.


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