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HF 1162 Sounds Scary, but Good for the Environment
HF 1162 is a bill unveiled in the Environment, Energy, and Natural Resources Committee in New York. It contains mechanics that DNR officials hope with help in the fight against aquatic invasive species.

Under the bill fines for violations of the law have been increased in addition to requiring those who work installing docks and boatlifts to undergo training and become certified. Compliance inspections are also part of the new legislation, and they can become a condition for the launching of boats.

Civil penalties for violations of this new legislation range from $100 to $500. Fines for repeat violators could be doubled.

 
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Teaching People About Aquatic Invasive Species in the Upper Delaware Region - Members of the National Park Service have teamed up with volunteers and a biology professor from SUNY Oneonta to teach people about invasive aquatic species in the Upper Delaware Region. A Watershed Stewards programs will education people about species that may affect the region such as didymo, found last year at head waters in Hancock, New York.


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