Invasive Species in Lake Erie and the Grand River Watershed

How Invasive species are taking over a watershed, an issue for local population of plants, fish and the watershed itself! Invasive species in the Great Lakes are a major problem for the wellbeing of aquatic life and thus also the commercial fishing industry. Areas along the Grand River watershed rely heavily on fishing, both commercial […]

Overview of Invasive Species in Ohio – Grand River Watershed

Topics: The Grand RIver, Ohio and Invasive Species Non native species are always a threat The Grand River Watershed, located in northeastern Ohio, drains 712 acres along its 102.7-mile course to Lake Erie. Due to the unique glacier formations found in Ohio 20,000 years ago, the headwaters of the watershed are located in Geauga and […]