Help Remove Eurasian Water Milfoil from Kangaroo Lake in 2015

Through cooperation between the Kangaroo Lake Association and the Nature Conservancy, Kari Hagenow will continue to coordinate volunteer efforts to remove Eurasian Water Milfoil (EWM) from the north end of Kangaroo Lake in 2015. EWM differs from and crowds out native milfoil and other native aquatic plants, which are beneficial. In 2014, volunteers removed approximately 250 pounds of the non-native invasive species, by pulling the plants from the roots and gathering in kayaks and canoes. Locations of EWM planned for future removal were mapped by GPS.

If you are interested in volunteering to help remove EWM and preserve the diversity of plants and habitat of Kangaroo Lake in 2015, please contact Kari at [email protected]. To learn more about EWM, please visit the Learning Center (See Education Paper #2 in our Learning Center).

Thanks to our 2014 volunteers, including Lucy Klug and Ryan Pesch!

Lucy EWM   Ryan canoo EWM(2)   ewm   ewm 2

Photos of Lucy Klug, Ryan Pesch and other volunteers submitted by Kari Hagenow