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Oakland to Consider Becoming a Test Site for Composting Eurasian Waterilfoil
Oakland town councilors will be considering whether to become a test site for the Maine Department of Environmental Protection to research composting milfoil as an option for disposing of the fast spreading aquatic weed.

The town and other municipalities in the Belgrade lakes region, along with area lake associations, have spent thousands of dollars eradicating milfoil, an invasive aquatic weed that displaces native plants and can leave lakes unsuitable for recreation. harvester harvesting

However, once the plants are out of the water, lake associations are not always sure where to put them to ensure that the plants will decompose properly without spreading back into the water.


 
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Impact of Everglades Restoration Projects on Waterfowl - At one time, Florida was a top destination for duck hunters. These days? Hunters still kill plenty of ducks, but the birds don’t show up like they used to in places that held gobs of waterfowl in the past. Long-term weather trends are likely playing a role, but he reason fewer ducks use the Everglades is simple. There is far less habitat now than there was 20, 30 or 40 years ago.


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