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Aquatic Plants Technical Assistance Program 2001 Activity Report

Publication number Date Published
02-03-025June 2002
VIEW NOW Aquatic Plants Technical Assistance Program 2001 Activity Report (Number of pages: 70) (Publication Size: 999KB)

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Author(s) Parsons, J., B. Dickes, and A. Fullerton
Description The objectives of the Aquatic Plant Technical Assistance Program are to

1. Provide advice on aquatic plant identification, biology, and management to government agencies and the public.
2. Document aquatic plant distribution and habitat through site visits.
3. Assist with evaluating projects supported by Freshwater Aquatic Weed Program grant money.

During the 2001 field season, aquatic plant data were gathered at 54 different waterbodies located throughout the state.
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Keywords silver, Spokane County, Thurston, county, money, technical, Skagit, lakes, plan, water, technical assistance, lake, freshwater, grant, Eurasian watermilfoil, aquatic, aquatic plants

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