Mussel-Free Colorado Act signed into law by Gov. Hickenlooper

I spent multiple years working for Colorado Parks and Wildlife doing education and inspection for Aquatic Nuisance Species. This is an effort to preserve our clean waters and native fish. It’s good news to see the new law signed by Governor John Hickenlooper. Governor John Hickenlooper signs Mussel-Free Colorado Act into law DENVER, Colo. –…

Prevent the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

Boat inspections prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species SANTA FE –Boaters will encounter inspection stations at New Mexico lakes this summer as the battle to keep aquatic invasive species out of the state’s waters continues. “The boating public’s cooperation has been essential in our fight to prevent destructive invasive species such as zebra and…

Colorado Boating Underway

Boating is underway in many Colorado lakes and reservoirs; some changes expected due to reduced funding for watercraft inspection stations to prevent invasive species DENVER – As ice comes off the lakes and reservoirs, many opened to boating on March 1 and several more will follow in April and May. Colorado Parks and Wildlife has…

Boaters in New Mexico – Expect Inspections

Expect inspections this boating season as state battles aquatic invasive species SANTA FE – Boaters can expect to encounter inspection stations at New Mexico lakes this summer as we continue to keep aquatic invasive species out of the state’s waters.“We appreciate the boating public’s cooperation in our fight to prevent destructive invasive species such as…