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Clean Drain Dry Logo

Wildlife Forever is proud to announce the release of the new Clean In – Clean Out Roadside Station™. This waterless cleaning station empowers watercraft users with self-service hand tools to properly Clean, Drain, and Dry boats, trailers and equipment. Clean Drain Dry Initiative™ signage prompts users to follow the scientifically supported best management practices to prevent the spread of invasive species. Lack of tools is one of the most commonly reported reasons that the public fails to properly clean and…

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Clean Drain Dry Act

Wildlife Forever’s Clean Drain Dry Initiative® has developed new and innovative products to help stop the spread of invasive species. State, federal, and local stakeholders are encouraged to use the ready-made materials for public awareness on how and why Clean Drain Dry is critical to protect resources and outdoor sports. Across the country, invasives are forcing managers to create new restrictions to protect natural resources. Invasive species destroy native habitat and are a leading cause for endangered species listing. Wildlife…

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Clean Drain Dry Graphic

To celebrate Minnesota’s fishing opener, Wildlife Forever, along with leading fishing, boating and conservation groups proclaim Saturday, May 9th as Clean Drain Dry Day. The Conservation Proclamation highlights the importance of fishing and boating and how invasive species are a direct threat to lakes, rivers and local economies. Simple Clean Drain Dry steps are the best ways to prevent the spread but it’s up to everyone to do their part. New reports show fishing license sales are up by 41%…

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Men Outside Capitol

Wildlife Forever, a nationwide leader in invasive species outreach and education, is joining others from around the country to celebrate National Invasive Species Awareness Week (NISAW). NISAW was created to raise awareness and identify solutions to invasive species issues at the local, state and national levels. It is estimated that economic damages associated with invasive species has reached $120 billion dollars per year for the US. These invaders threaten fish and wildlife, clog intake pipes in public utility operations, and negatively…

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Water runs over rocks

Wildlife Forever, the North American Invasive Species Management Association (NAISMA),  National Park Service, and US Fish and Wildlife Service have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to enhance coordination of invasive species prevention messaging across public lands and waters. The new agreement aims to increase the reach of national prevention campaigns such as PlayCleanGo® Stop Invasive Species In Your Tracks®, Clean Drain Dry Initiative™ , and Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers on federal lands and waters. The MOU will facilitate broader…

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