If you live on or near water, or enjoy boating locally, you should know about European Frog-bit.
What is it?
European frog-bit is an invasive aquatic plant that can form dense mats on the surface of slow-moving waters. Mats of European frog-bit can impede boat traffic and alter food and habitat for ducks and fish. Prolific growth of aquatic invasive plants like European frog-bit can also reduce oxygen and light in the water column.
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Join our virtual public meeting to learn how to identify EFB and what survey efforts are taking place in Southwest Oakland County.
Presented by Oakland County CISMA, Clinton River Watershed Council, Friends of the Rouge, and Huron River Watershed Council.