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Oyster Fishermen on Mill River Are Complaining Sea Lettuce Is Choking Out Close to Half Harvest

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September 26, 2012
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The provincial government needs to start harvesting sea lettuce in Mill River again, says the Opposition environment critic.


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Fight Against Water Chestnut Needs More Volunteers

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CBC (Aug. 18, 2013) An invasive species is choking out parts of the Ottawa River and more volunteers are needed to fight it, according to Ontario Parks.
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New Law Proposed in Maine Could Allow Lobsters Caught Accidentally in Nets to Be Sold by Fisherman

New Law Proposed in Maine Could Allow Lobsters Caught Accidentally in Nets to Be Sold by Fisherman

CBC (Apr. 19, 2013) Fishermen in New Brunswick are warning that a bill before Maine's legislature to allow bycatch lobster caught in trawling nets be sold by fishermen who otherwise would have to throw them back could be abused.
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Asian Carp Take Over US Lakes and Rivers

Asian Carp Take Over US Lakes and Rivers

Deutsche Welle (Jan. 17, 2012) Millions of Asian carp are wreaking havoc in the Mississippi River, taking over and disrupting the balance of the species there. The fish can jump up to two meters out of the water and have even injured fishermen.
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