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Within Saskatchewan, several pieces of legislation restrict the import and transportation of potentially harmful animals, plants and disease.
Find out more on the province’s efforts to prevent the spread of these species.
Terrestrial and aquatic invasive plant species are regulated under The Weed Control Act.
To reduce the introduction and spread of invasive species, it is important to monitor and track them. If you find evidence of invasive mussels or other aquatic invasive species, please report the sighting.
Aquatic invasive species have been discovered in nearby provinces and states. Constant vigilance and prevention will help keep these invasive species out of our provinces, lakes and waterways.
Current efforts to address wild boar in Saskatchewan include the Feral Wild Boar Program, which aims to control wild boar populations through targeted elimination.
This infographic shows many ways how we can protect our province's lakes and waterways.
Please follow these important steps to help protect Saskatchewan waters from invasive species.
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