Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Course
AIS Awareness Course
Question 1 of 7

If you boat on a lake infested with Eurasian watermilfoil or other aquatic weeds, what is the best way to prevent the plants from spreading somewhere else?

Question 2 of 7

If you get a wire seal attached to your boat and trailer when leaving Lake Whatcom, and then come back to Lake Whatcom another day with the tether still intact, will you need to stop at a staffed inspection station?

Question 3 of 7

How can Asian clams be transported between waterbodies?

Question 4 of 7

What is the best way to dispose of aquatic plant fragments that you remove from your boat?

Question 5 of 7

A prevention program can help stop aquatic invasive species from being introduced.

Question 6 of 7

The goal of the Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Program is to protect Whatcom County's natural resources, infrastructure, recreation, wildlife, and economy from the impacts of aquatic invasive species by:

Question 7 of 7

If a bait well or a hold on your boat has water in it, but the water looks clean, do you still need to drain and dry the hold before launching your boat?