Live Invasive Freshwater Clams Detected in Shuswap Lake

For Immediate Release — September 16, 2020 Survey finds live invasive freshwater clams in the Salmon Arm of the Shuswap Lake, prompts Clean Drain Dry warning.  Dead invasive freshwater clam (Corbicula fluminea) shells found on the beaches of the Shuswap … Continue reading


THE COLUMBIA SHUSWAP INVASIVE SPECIES SOCIETY (CSISS)

is a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing and managing the spread of invasive species within the Columbia-Shuswap region.  We work with government partners, non-profit organizations and interested parties to document, control and educate the public about the seriousness and impact of invasive species. Learn more about the impacts of invasive species in our short video created by a CSISS summer staff Braden Lamoureux below.

 

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