Don’t Spread Invasive Species

Moving boats from one lake to another can spread invasive plant and animal species that harm our lake ecosystems and reduce our enjoyment of recreational activities. For example, the thick mats created by invasive plant species, such as Eurasian Water-Milfoil and Starry Stonewort, can ruin swimming, boating, and fishing. You can help protect our lakes from the spread of invasive species by encouraging your friends and family to clean, drain, and dry their boats before moving them to another lake.

Learn More:  General Info  |  Eurasian Water-Milfoil  |  Starry Stonewort

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