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Teaching People About Aquatic Invasive Species in the Upper Delaware Region
Members of the National Park Service have teamed up with volunteers and a biology professor from SUNY Oneonta to teach people about invasive aquatic species in the Upper Delaware Region.

With the Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership, members of the Park Service realized that with their kiosks stationed at four river access spots along the river, it was an opportunity to educate people through a Watershed Stewards program about species that may affect this region.

Biologist Jamie Myers, said programs like the Watershed Stewards aren't new, and the idea is so people will be stewards of the water body that they're protecting. Through the program, the volunteers have learned what species exist and what people can do when the organisms attach to fishing gear and boats to prevent the creatures from spreading from one body of water to another.




 
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