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Most Unwanted Poster

Most Unwanted Poster Maine’s Most Unwanted Aquatic Invasive Plants Poster This poster with line drawings depicting the 15 Aquatic Invasive Plants on Maine’s watch list is a helpful educational resource. Download

AIS Reporting Guide

AIS Reporting Guide Quick Links Friend or Foe? What to do when you find a suspicious aquatic plant With wider awareness of the threat of invasive aquatic plants, more people are looking into their lakes and wondering what’s lurking beneath the surface. Lake Stewards of Maine (LSM) is here to help anyone, from highly trained …

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IPP Handbook

IPP Handbook Quick Links The Invasive Plant Patroller’s Handbook provides volunteers with important information on what aquatic invasive plants are, why you should be concerned, and how to begin surveying your lake to detect infestations early. The Handbook is broken up into four sections so that you can more easily find what you’re looking for. …

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LSM Webinar – Sedges, Rushes, and Grasses of Maine Lakes, Standley

LSM Webinar – Sedges, Rushes, and Grasses of Maine Lakes, Standley Quick Links Sedges, Rushes, and Grasses of Maine LakesPresented by Lisa Standley, PhDRecorded on 2022-09-30 The presentation is technical in nature and covers the key features of sedges, rushes, and grasses. Lisa will describe the common and dominant species for each lacustrine habitat type. …

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Regional Collaborators

Regional Collaborators Quick Links This is a list of regional collaborators who work with Lake Stewards of Maine and help in furthering our mission of stewardship and the gathering and dissemination of credible scientific information pertaining to lake health. We are all in this together! 30 Mile River Watershed Association 7 Lakes Alliance Acadia National …

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