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Partnership to Prevent the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species
The Gull Chain of Lakes Association is partnering with the city of Lake Shore to prevent the introduction of invasive species at the Department of Natural Resources public access launch.

GCOLA is paying for off-duty police to be present at the launch site to assist boaters with their inspections, and have committed to ticket violations of Minnesota laws preventing the transport of aquatic species as well as transporting boats with closed drain plugs or other containers of lake water.

Curly leaf pondweed is being managed reasonably well in Lake Margaret; Eurasian water milfoil is expected to be a much more serious problem it gets into the lake, especially in the channel and around the docks at Bar Harbor and Zorbaz.

 
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Northwest Boat Inspectors Get Big Boost from Federal Budget - To prevent invasive aquatic hitchhikers, a bit of legislation hitched a ride of its own in last year’s 2,009-page federal appropriations bill. The Aquatic Plant Control Program received $4 million in the coming fiscal year to boost operation of boat inspection stations in Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon.


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