Garfield CD Partners to Help Control Aquatic Invasive Species

December 19, 2018by ncdea

MONTANA, Garfield CD — Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks collaborated with partners statewide to operate watercraft inspection stations including: Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, Blackfeet Tribe, Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, Garfield Conservation District, Glacier National Park, Missoula County Weed District, and Whitefish Lake Institute. “Our AIS [aquatic invasive species] staff and partners have done fantastic work to increase our watercraft inspection and monitoring efforts,” said Tom Woolf, AIS bureau chief for FWP. “And we are doing a better job informing boaters, anglers, irrigators, and others about what they can do to help stop AIS. “

Source: FWP highlights Aquatic Invasive Species program – KRTV.com

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