Learn more about the impact of aquatic invasive species on the Great Lakes and other watersheds.
If we understand how aquatic invasive species move between habitats, we can prevent their spread.
Early detection and rapid response is key in the fight against invasive species.
For species already present, control helps mitigate damage to local economies, fisheries, and habitats.
The right policies and procedures can help stop the movement of aquatic invasive species in our waterways.
A team of Nature Conservancy experts is working to battle aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes.
The Chicago Area Waterway System is a high-risk area for the two-way movement of aquatic invasive species.
From the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, aquatic invasive species have spread far and wide. Explore these interactive heat maps to learn more.