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Limiting the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species into the Okanagan
This report prepared for: Okanagan Basin Water Board and Glenmore-Ellison Improvement District
This project was designed to help slow the advance of aquatic invasive species (AIS) into the Okanagan by studying the best decontamination methods, establishing monitoring points, and by creating educational materials. All of the AIS covered by this project can be accidentally transported to new lakes in life stages invisible to the naked eye. It is illegal to transport invasive mussels, live or dead, in British Columbia as of December 2012.
2010 Idaho Invasive Species Report
The Idaho Invasive Species Program was initiated in 2005 to improve the coordination of activities within the State. The program coordinates efforts throughout Idaho by working with state agencies, federal agencies, local governments and non-governmental organizations to address the state recommendation to “ensure that a comprehensive invasive species program in Idaho is not diluted by competing efforts among various