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Discovery of Endangered Mussels Curtails Milfoil Control Program
The discovery of endangered mussels in much of the Okanagan could have a severe impact on future beach quality throughout the region.

Rocky Mountain ridged mussels were found in the Vernon arm of Okanagan Lake, and subsequent surveys have found the native species all the way south to Osoyoos.

Winter harvesting of milfoil lake weeds has been halted in several areas while the water board awaits a permit from the province and new regulations to protect the mussels.

 
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