FAQs

How do I become involved with aquatic invasive species monitoring?

The Center for Lakes and Reservoirs is committed to help reduce the risk of introductions and spread of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS). If you are interested in volunteering with surveys for high priority AIS in Oregon visit the Oregon Lake Watch or the CLR Zebra & Quagga Mussel Monitoring Program.

How do I help prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species?
The Center for Lakes and Reservoirs is committed to help reduce the risk of introductions and spread of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS). The best prevention method for AIS is to help keep them from being introduced to a new waterbody in the first place. For tips on how to prevent the introduction and spread of AIS, as well as rules and regulations about AIS transport visit the following resources: Protect Your Waters, Oregon Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention, the Oregon Clean Boaters Guide, & the 100th Meridian Initiative.

How do I report an aquatic invasive species in Oregon?
The Center for Lakes and Reservoirs is committed to help reduce the risk of introductions and spread of Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS). If you think you've found an AIS in Oregon, please report your finding to the Oregon Invasive Species Online Hotline webpage, or call 1-866-INVADER (4682337).