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Wildlife Forever has partnered with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) to map invasive species and their connection to congressional districts of the western United States.  The new report commissioned by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) highlights 25 nonindigenous aquatic species (NAS) and ranks congressional districts’ level of infestations. The “Battle of the Bads!” reportwas developed with information from leading biologists, the BLM, and USGS, to determine the most harmful NAS and their current spread throughout the western states.…

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Algae Lake

Wildlife Forever and the Clean Drain Dry Initiative™ endorse the new Invasive Species Strategic Plan recently released from the Department of the Interior (DOI). The DOI manages much of our nation’s federal natural resources, providing public access to millions of acres of land and water.  For more than 60 years, the DOI has been actively engaged in managing invasive species in places such as national parks, national wildlife refuges, fish hatcheries and other public lands. In 2020, Wildlife Forever signed…

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Gull Flying

Wildlife Forever, sportsmen and women, and conservationists from around the world are celebrating a conservation success in Prince William Sound, Alaska. A unanimous vote from the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council approved Resolution 20-D, adopting a scientific, one-ecosystem approach to future habitat conservation for the use of remaining oil spill settlement funds. Wildlife Forever has been involved with the Exxon Valdez Habitat Restoration efforts since the 1990s. A decade ago, Wildlife Forever began to rally support from the nation’s…

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Invasive Species Research

White Bear Lake, MN – Wildlife Forever and the national Clean Drain Dry Initiative™ have developed a new Invasive Species Resource Center. Invasive species impact property values and are a leading cause of population decline in fish and wildlife. The cost to the United States economy is more than $120 billion every year.  With support for the USDA Forest Service, this clearinghouse will serve as a powerful tool for sharing important invasive species information with researchers, resource managers, policy makers…

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Clean Drain Dry

Tucked between the Canadian border and Lake Superior sits Saint Louis County, Minnesota. This large county boasts more than 1,000 lakes, hundreds of miles of rivers, 169 boat launches, and one of the lowest rates of spread of aquatic invasive species in the state. With only 0.05% of lakes and rivers currently infested and only one new infestation in the last 4 years, Saint Louis County’s unique prevention model serves as an inspiration in the fight against aquatic invasive species. Each year…

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