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DNR Urges Anglers To Use Wader Sterlization Stations To Prevent Spread Of Invasive Didymo

Six new cleaning stations installed along Gunpowder Falls Baltimore County – Since discovering Didymo for the first time in Maryland last month, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has set up six wader sterilization stations throughout the tailwaters of Gunpowder Falls, to prevent further spread of this and other…


‘Invader Crusaders’ to Receive Awards for Controlling Invasive Species

MADISON – Five individuals and one group who have made significant contributions to slowing the spread of invasive plants and aquatic species in Wisconsin are being honored at a ceremony June 2. The Wisconsin Council on Invasive Species [invasivespecies.wi.gov] (exit DNR) will present awards to six “Invader Crusaders” recognizing their…


Invasive Algae Found In Maryland – Potentially Destructive Didymo found in Gunpowder Falls

Annapolis, Md. — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced that a new invasive, non-native algae has been found in Maryland for the first time. The algae, commonly known as Didymo, was found by anglers in Gunpowder Falls in Baltimore County. Didymo mats, also called “rock snot,” look…