Aquatic Invasive Species Newsletter – September 2017

Waukesha County AIS staff continues to focus its efforts on keeping various invasive species out of area waterways and sharing information with the public. One way that you can learn more is by viewing their “Boatbusters” video. Just click the “Boatbusters” picture in the newsletter to see the video. On September 7 and 8, 2017 the Army Corp of Engineers hosted an AIS workshop at the Oconomowoc Community Center so that lake managers and researchers from Missouri, New York, Canada, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Illinois could colloborate on efforts to remove and protect waterways from Starry Stonewort. Later in the month, AIS staff also helped the Regional DNR Lake Biologist provide information on the Red Swamp Crayfish that was located in Germantown in 2012. Please take some time to learn about AIS near you by visiting these newsletter articles available to you through the Waukesha County AIS webpage at



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