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North Dakota reminds boaters, anglers of aquatic nuisance species

"The week is designed to help raise public awareness for aquatic nuisance species and the steps we can take to prevent them from getting into our waterways," says Ben Holen, North Dakota Game and Fish Department ANS coordinator.

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Boaters should clean, drain and dry their watercraft after trailering.
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BISMARCK — Gov. Doug Burgum proclaimed May 15-21 as Aquatic Nuisance Species Awareness week in North Dakota. Mike Anderson explains in this week’s segment of North Dakota Outdoors.

"The week is designed to help raise public awareness for aquatic nuisance species and the steps we can take to prevent them from getting into our waterways," says Ben Holen, North Dakota Game and Fish Department ANS coordinator.

For more information on aquatic nuisance species, visit gf.nd.gov .

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