Western Governors’ ‘BioSecurity’ Report Recommends Ramping Up Actions To Stop Destructive Invasive Mussels From Contaminating Columbia Basin Waters

If invasive quagga and zebra mussels spread to the Columbia River Basin — the last major un-infested water system in the continental U.S. — the control costs in the basin alone could reach $500 million annually, says the Biosecurity and Invasive Species report released this week by the Western Governors’ Association.

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