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It has come to our attention that Invasive Phragmites has been spotted on Lake Arbutus. Please click on the Headline above and follow the links to learn difference between native and invasive Phragmites and what to do if you see invasive Phragmites.
Here is a great article on your campfire.
Harmful algal blooms are overgrowths of algal in water. Some produce dangerous toxins in fresh or marine water but even nontoxic blooms hurt the environment.
Purple Loosestrife was introduced to North America as a garden plant but has since spread to wild areas and depleted natural habitat for native plants and animals.
Zebra mussels are anchoring themselves by the thousands to native mussels making it impossible for the native mussel to function.