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Breaking News on the Invasive Species Front


This news release went out late last week.  Time to spread the word some more: Public urged to Clean, Drain, Dry after zebra mussels found in private lake Invasive zebra mussels recently were found in Beaver Lake, a private water body near Plattsmouth in eastern Nebraska. An adult mussel was first found on a boat lift in mid-May. Follow-up sampling by Nebraska Game and Parks Aquatic Invasive Species Program confirmed the presence of microscopic young zebra mussels and adults in …

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Join Game and Parks for Aquatic Invasives Conservation Career Chat

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LINCOLN, Neb. – Join the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission on March 17 in its series of virtual Conservation Career Chats. Aquatic Invasive Species Program Manager Kristopher Stahr will discuss his duties trying to prevent the spread of invasive pests such as zebra mussels. Stahr, who has worked in his field in the Sandhills, as well as Iowa and Arizona, is a member of several regional and national aquatic invasive species panels and task forces. During the chat, the public …

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