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Clean, Drain, Dry!!!

HRAA staff have installed the New Brunswick Invasive Species Council's Clean Drain Dry signs in the watershed!

In 2020, we documented the presence of an invasive aquatic plant, Eurasian Milfoil, in Darling's Lake.

This invasive aquatic plant creates dense mats that interfere with recreational activity, outcompeting native plants and negatively impacts our fish and wildlife. This invasive plant can spread when fragments cling to boats, motors and trailers and are moved to new areas.

Whenever you move from one body of water to another, always be sure to Clean, Drain, and Dry your equipment (boats, waders, kayaks, canoes, fishing gear, boat motors & trailers).


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