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State increases effort against invasive species

Kayakers and boaters enjoy beautiful weather on Round Lake Thursday. The state is increasing efforts to keep invasive species out of such lakes.
Kayakers and boaters enjoy beautiful weather on Round Lake Thursday. The state is increasing efforts to keep invasive species out of such lakes.
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The emerald ash borer chewing its way through ash trees of the Hudson Valley. The Asian long-horn beetle in the hardwoods of Long Island. The Asian clam and zebra mussel spreading through the waters of Lake George. There’s even Eurasian milfoil and water chestnut right here in Round Lake. The list of invasive species found in New York state could go on and on — and they are interfering with human activities from boating to ...

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