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Hetch Hetchy in Yosemite National Park
Wearing bulletproof vests and carrying guns, the gendarmes appear suddenly in the middle of farm fields misted by morning rain. They stand behind two fences equipped with security cameras and overhead lights, looking every bit like prison guards. But there is no prison for miles. Instead, they guard a large pit intended to serve as
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Birds on water hyacinth filled shoreline.
Wildlife populations, including birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles and fish, have seen an average 69% decline since 1970, according to the World Wide Fund for Nature’s (Formerly World Wildlife Fund) Living Planet Report (LPR) 2022. The report also highlights that freshwater aquatic life has also decreased by 83% globally in the last 50 years. The exploitation
Aquatic Invasive Plant Hydrilla
In 2013, 6,000 sterile grass carp were introduced into Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia, to combat the growth of invasive aquatic vegetation such as hydrilla which has seen a massive growth around the lake. When hydrilla was first discovered at the lake in 2007, a patch of the aquatic weeds were just a few acres in
Weed Harvesters and Transport Barge
Congratulations are in order to Buffalo Lake Protection & Rehabilitation District! Our customer recently mentioned they removed 1300 loads of weeds so far this year with their fleet of Aquarius equipment. Buffalo Lake is actually a flowage consisting of 2500 acres and is very shallow with a maximum depth of 8 feet. The shallow waters

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