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The Twelve Days of Christmas – Aquatic Invasive Species Style
Twelve Quaggas Clogging
Eleven Gobies Gobbling
Ten Alewives Dying
Nine Eggs in Resting
Eight Shrimp a Swarming
Seven Carp and Counting
Five Boat Wash Stations
Four White Perch on ice
Three Clean Boat Steps
Two Red Swamp Crayfish
And a Carp Barrier in the City!


 
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Mother Nature Spreading Aquatic Invasive Species - Humans are the biggest culprit when it comes to spreading aquatic invasive species, but Mother Nature is also impacting that spread. The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers annual budget for controlling invasive aquatic plants has grown from $124 million in 2008 to $135 million in 2012.


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