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Wisconsin Makes Progress in Aquatic Invasive Species Control
Wisconsin made significant progress in 2010-11 in efforts to prevent, contain, and control the damage done by aquatic invasive species. Taking advantage of increased federal funding and growing involvement by counties and volunteers the state was able to slow the spread of invasive species like zebra mussels and Eurasian water milfoil.

47 of the 72 counties in Wisconsin are actively partnering with the state to prevent and control the spread of AIS. The expanded partnership helped spread the message to more water users this year with more than 85,000 boats inspected and 185,000 contacted. 92% of boaters were aware of the invasive species and 90% had no aquatic plants present on their boats and trailers.

 
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Battle to Control Aquatic Plants Still Ongoing - Without "unbiased advice" the Water Commission is unwilling to move forward with an herbicide treatment of Sonar on Baddacook Pond. They are sensitive about preserving the quality of drinking water and concerned the chemical could end up contaminating the water supply.


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