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Education is Key to Prevent the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species
Through programs such as their Youth Conservation Corps and collaborative workshops with other area organizations, the Acton-Wakefield Watershed Alliance keeps finding ways to get local residents involved and interested in keeping their water free of contaminants and invasive plant species.

Officials believe that knowledge is the most important aspect of preventing invasive plants from taking hold in area lakes. A workshop on identifying the species that threaten the area’s watersheds was offered which included a three-hour classroom portion with a presentation on how aquatic plants grow and what invasive species look like.

 
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Invasive Species: Do We Worry Too Much? - Damage from invasive species cost the United States more than $120 billion each year, and are reported to threaten the survival of more than 400 endangered species. In Wisconsin, ecologists have their eyes on zebra mussels, Asian carp, Emerald Ash Borer, and others. But is every invasive species as bad as we make it out to be?


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