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Empirical evidence supports ballast-water regulation as the primary cause of declining non-native species in the Great Lakes.
OFAH visited Parliament Hill to communicate the importance of the Great Lakes to federal politicians during a Great Lakes Day gathering.
Lamprey control efforts are expected to return to normal this year after two years of pandemic restrictions.
Invasive species experts are sounding alarms with the arrival of an earthworm that could menace Ontario’s forests.
New research finds methylmercury-contaminated fish recover quickly once the mercury source is eliminated.
US congress has granted $225.8 million to deter Asian carp from traversing the Chicago Sanitary and Shipping Canal and the Great Lakes.
It became illegal to hunt wild pigs in Ontario as of Jan. 1, 2022 after a regulatory amendment under the Invasive Species Act of 2015.
Used in some states for algae control in ponds, grass carp, a supposedly sterile species, have been in Lake Erie for more than 30 years.