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U.S. Army Corps Explores Helping States with Aquatic Invasive Species Costs
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking comment on its proposal to help states along the upper Missouri River monitor for aquatic invasive species.

If approved, the agency could pay half the cost of certain programs within five states, including Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska.

The Corps participation in the regional coordination efforts could include everything from expanding the number of locations or hours of operation of AIS inspection stations, to adding canine detection, increasing public awareness, constructing site improvements, as well as augmenting existing monitoring efforts and response planning efforts.

 
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Fish Kill Pits Neighbor Against Neighbor - Dead, stinking fish float along the banks of the ponds in the upscale subdivision recently as oxygen levels depleted causing the massive fish kill. Although low oxygen levels happen naturally in the summer in shallow waters, the parts of the ponds with fish kills lacked aerators while the other ponds with aerators fared better.


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