National Aquatic Invasive Species Act

March 19th 2008

Threat Level: Code Red, Severe Risk of Terrorist Attack

Tomorrow the St. Lawrence Seaway will open up for the new season and with it a dangerous threat – Russian born terrorists are poised to take advantage of the event to attack the United States under the watch of President … Continue reading

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February 27th 2008

Wisconsin Joins Michigan In Ballast Battle

Wisconsin has taken steps to join Michigan as the second state to regulate ballast water in the Great Lakes sending a clear signal to Washington that absent Congressional leadership and legislation, the state is prepared take the initiative to create … Continue reading

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February 27th 2008

Stop The Invasion!

Forget about little green men from Mars, alien invaders are taking over the world’s waters and wreaking ecological disaster everywhere they go. A new report by the Nature Conservancy finds that 84 percent of the world’s coasts are being overtaken … Continue reading

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July 17th 2007

House Invasive Species Legislation a Step in the Right Direction, But Could Do More

H.R. 2830 – a bill to reauthorize the Coast Guard – takes important steps in protecting the Great Lakes and all U.S. waters from aquatic invasive species by creating a Coast Guard program to effectively regulate the primary source of … Continue reading

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April 1st 2007

Time for Action is now on Invasive Species

Our friends at the National Environmental Coalition on Invasive Species are circulting a letter to urge Congress to pass comprehensive legislation to stop invasive species from entering the Great Lakes and other U.S. waterways. Here’s some information about that worthy … Continue reading

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