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A Wisconsin task force is planning to host a summit later this month to discuss implementing the first statewide plan for dealing with invasive species.
Monday, May, 06, 2013 - Superior Telegram - Outdoors
Scientists suspect invasive species may be to blame in the deaths of hundreds of loons on Lake Michigan.
Monday, March, 11, 2013 - Superior Telegram - News
Wisconsin residents are encouraged to be aware of the dangers posed by invasive pests that attack flowers, crops, forests and gardens.
Thursday, April, 11, 2013 - Superior Telegram - News
Recommendations from the Wisconsin Invasive Species Council to add to the list of regulated invasive species are the topic of public listening sessions later this month and next month.
Thursday, February, 14, 2013 - Superior Telegram - Outdoors
Japanese hedgeparsley, a relatively new invasive species in Wisconsin, is continuing to spread.
Wednesday, July, 10, 2013 - Superior Telegram - Outdoors
A study says a small invasive fish called the Round Goby is making its way into more rivers that feed into Lake Michigan.
Tuesday, January, 22, 2013 - Superior Telegram - Outdoors
A Superior man will spend 210 days in jail for his role in a July home invasion burglary.
Friday, February, 22, 2013 - Superior Telegram - News
A second man accused of taking part in an armed home invasion robbery in Superior last summer made an initial appearance in Douglas County Circuit Court on Friday.
Tuesday, February, 26, 2013 - Superior Telegram - News
A Duluth man will spend nine months in jail and five years on probation for his part in a Superior home invasion robbery that took place in July.
Tuesday, May, 07, 2013 - Superior Telegram - News
A South Range man facing charges for robbing convenience stores in Superior has been accused of setting up an armed home invasion robbery in July.
Tuesday, May, 21, 2013 - Superior Telegram - News
Knowledge gained in other communities could help Superior develop a strategy for dealing with the city’s almost 3,000 ash trees in the wake of the discovery of emerald ash borer in North End.
Tuesday, August, 27, 2013 - Superior Telegram - News
Trees in cities this year may see more harmful effects of last year's drought, and will continue to struggle with invasive species.
Wednesday, February, 06, 2013 - Superior Telegram - Outdoors
Efforts to stop more invasive species from getting into the Great Lakes by cleaning up ship ballast water are moving ahead, but not as fast as environmentalists would like.
Friday, September, 13, 2013 - Superior Telegram - News
County staff over the weekend pulled by hand patches of an aggressive invasive species they found earlier that week in the Nicolet National Forest, illustrating a key side benefit emerging from a five-year effort led by the Department of Natural Resources to survey lakes statewide for aquatic invasive species.
Tuesday, August, 20, 2013 - Superior Telegram - Outdoors
Researchers in La Crosse hope that a pesticide made from bacteria can be used to control large populations of invasive zebra mussels.
Monday, June, 03, 2013 - Superior Telegram - Outdoors
A new manual released by the U.S. Forest Service provides guidance on how best to use the millions of dead and dying urban trees infected by invasive insects in the eastern United States.
Tuesday, February, 12, 2013 - Superior Telegram - Outdoors
Florida wildlife officials say 11 Burmese pythons were killed during the first three days of a public hunt for the invasive species in the Everglades.
Tuesday, January, 15, 2013 - Superior Telegram - News
Lake Erie is one of the most threatened of the five Great Lakes as a result of toxic blue-green algae and invasive species of fish, mussels and plants, according to a new report.
Tuesday, January, 01, 2013 - Superior Telegram - News
Millions more dollars will be spent this year on trying to keep Asian Carp and other aquatic invasive species from moving between the Mississippi River and Great Lakes basins.
Thursday, January, 17, 2013 - Superior Telegram - Outdoors
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday issued its final version of regulations for ships that carry ballast water, hoping to prevent them from also carrying invasive species into U.S. waters.
Friday, March, 29, 2013 - Duluth News Tribune - News