Clean Boats, Clean Waters - Waterfowl 2020


Each fall since 2016, teams of DNR staff, statewide AIS Partners and volunteers are stationed at access points across the state for Waterfowl Hunter Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Outreach to talk to hunters about what they can do to stop the spread of AIS. Locations include, the Mead Wildlife Area, Big Muskego, Horicon Marsh, smaller hunting areas in multiple counties, and along the Mississippi River. Modeled after the successful Clean Boats Clean Waters (CBCW) program, boat inspectors/educators conduct a hunting version of the CBCW survey and talk with hunters about specific aspects of duck hunting that risk AIS movement.

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CBCW based survey specific to waterfowl hunter AIS outreach