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New Zebra/Quagga Mussel Inspection Stations For BC’s Border for 2016 Boating Season

New Zebra/Quagga Mussel Inspection Stations For BC’s Border for 2016 Boating Season

BC is leading the fight against invasive species! Zebra and Quagga mussels have never been detected in BC's waterways - and we're going to keep it that way. Eight new inspection stations are being set-up along BC's border - and that includes Valemount.

Quagga and zebra mussels pose a serious threat to B.C.’s aquatic ecosystems, salmon populations, hydro power stations and other infrastructure facilities. They can clog pipes, cause ecological and economic damage, displace native aquatic plants and wildlife, degrade the environment and affect drinking water quality. Read the full story here.

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