Not from around here?

Invasive or non-native species travel well. They can come from distant countries or neighboring states. 

Baby BOOM!

Whether hundreds of seeds or millions of eggs, invasives have a reproductive advantage that allows more offspring to survive and continue the cycle. 

A competitive edge.

Invasive species are generalists. They can eat a wide range of foods and survive in many conditions.

Catch me... if you can?

With few natural predators invasive species can continue to breed, eat, and out-compete native species.


Get hands on.

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Prevent the spread.

Boat, paddle or fish?
Know how to keep it clean.

Go local.

Monitor sites near you
on statewide Snapshot Day!

Dive deeper.

Gather your friends for
a free Project Red training.


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And, the Survey Says?!

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Want to learn more about Aquatic Invasive Species programs and opportunities?
Contact Natalie Dutack, AIS and Watershed Groups Manager at
608-257-2424 x111 or email Natalie.