Lake Superior Aquatic Invasive Species Complete Prevention Plan
The Lake Superior Aquatic Invasive Species Complete Prevention plan is a binational initiative to prevent new aquatic invasive species (AIS) from becoming established in the Lake Superior ecosystem. It also provides key recommended actions to be taken by both the US and Canada and has a list of AIS vectors and pathways addressed by the plan. The Lake Superior Lakewide Management Plan is a binational action plan for cooperatively restoring and protecting the ecosystem of Lake Superior. The Lake Superior Lakewide Management Plan is coordinated by a committee with membership from both Canada and the United States, including Environment Canada and other federal, provincial, and state governments and First Nations/tribal organizations. The Lake Superior Binational Program includes the LaMP and the Zero Discharge Demonstration Program that addresses chemical pollution in the Lake Superior basin.
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Author: Lake Superior Lakewide Management Plan Committee
Language of Document: Separate English/French
Document Type: Newsletter
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