Boaters’ Perspective on Aquatic Invasive Species Survey

Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) are aquatic organisms that invade ecosystems beyond their natural historic range. Often, with no natural predators, invasive species populations grow at unsustainable rates, crowding out native species, reducing habitat quality, lower biodiversity and eventually creating long-lasting environmental damage that directly impacts boaters, anglers and local economies.

Our friends at The BoatUS Foundation are looking for your input on aquatic invasive species. Will you take a few minutes of your time to share with the BoatUS Foundation your experiences with aquatic invasive species?

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