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Hybrid Milfoil: Coming to a Lake Near You?

Post by Sara Fox, Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Extension. This post was originally featured on the UW-Sea Grant Blog.  This summer, while water skiing in Waukesha County, Wisconsin, I recall taking a massive wipeout. I remember expecting … Continue reading

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Starry Stonewort: Up-And-Coming AIS of Wisconsin

Post by Bradley Steckart, Waukesha and Washington County AIS Coordinator; adapted by Sara Fox, UW-Extension Starry Stonewort (Nitellopsis obtusa) has made a name for itself in Wisconsin as a well-known invasive species. Questions surrounding its unknown impacts and the viability … Continue reading

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Protecting Wisconsin’s Hunting Tradition

Post by Jeanne Scherer, AIS Outreach Specialist for UW-Extension and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; adapted by Sara Fox  As summer winds down and a hint of color change is showing up in the leaves, Wisconsin’s hunters prepare to take … Continue reading

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Shipwreck Preservation in the Great Lakes Faces Threat of Aquatic Invasive Species

Post by Ryan Smazal, Maritime Preservation Intern at the Wisconsin Historical Society, and Sara Fox, Aquatic Invasive Species Outreach Assistant at UW-Extension. Also on Wisconsin Sea Grant’s Great Lakes Takes. As many people might know, the Great Lakes house about … Continue reading

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