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Help prevent the spread of invasive species during Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Week July 3 - 9

Seventy boat landing events are part of the 9th annual Landing Blitz and are planned across the state to mark this year’s Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Week, July 3 to July 9. Public awareness about the impacts of harmful, nonnative aquatic plants and animals is critical to protecting Michigan’s ecosystems, tourism and economy. Recreational boaters and anglers can play a key role in helping prevent the spread of invasive species. 

A short EGLE video from a past Landing Blitz shows how easy it is to clean, drain, and dry boats and trailers.

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Environmental Emergency Management Conference, June 29-30, Lansing, MI

Attend the Environmental Emergency Management Conference for information and training on environmental emergency preparedness and mitigation, response, and recovery related to incidents impacting the environment and public health.

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