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Manitoba's Manitoba’s Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Prevention and Response Plan is rolling out through this summer, and it's already having positive effects.

Inspection stations and mobile units are part of the 2024 budget funding, and some have detected and stopped zebra mussels before they spread.

Natural Resources Minister Jamie Moses noted that “Manitoba is home to over 100,000 lakes, making up 16 percent of our province,” and keeping these delicate ecosystems in check is crucial.

Inspection and decontamination stations can be found near Headinly, Grand Rapids, Minnedosa, Mulvihill, Selkirk, Ste. Rose, and the Pas, with the mobile location scheduled to roam throughout the summer.

A reminder that these stations will check your watercraft free of charge, and it's important to check all motorized and non-motorized watercraft to catch Invasive Species before they spread.

You can find locations and times for these inspection stations on the Manitoba Government Website.