New Zealand Mudsnails Invade the Mad River

New Zealand mudsnails are small—about the size of a peppercorn—but they can be a BIG problem for watersheds where they are found. On this week’s EcoNews Report, the Green Gang sits down with Darren Ward, Associate Professor of Fisheries Biology at Humboldt State University, and Jacob Pounds, environmental scientist at the Blue Lake Rancheria, to learn about new infestations in the Mad River and how you can prevent the spread of these snails and other aquatic invaders.

Thanks to Lost Coast Communications for making this show possible!