Montana’s Salmon Lake State Park to Host June 9 Program on Aquatic Invasives
Take a trip to Salmon Lake State Park on Saturday, June 9 to learn more about aquatic invasive species and how to prevent their spread from Joann Wallenburn.
Wallenburn will be talking about the various forms of invasive species including “plants, critters, and pathogens,” as she puts it. She will bring several live samples of invasive species found around the area for a hands-on part of the program.
The evening event begins at 8 p.m. and is free and open to audiences of all ages. To attend, head to Salmon Lake’s campground amphitheater, approximately five miles south of Seeley Lake just off Highway 83.
Salmon Lake State Park will host evening programs most Saturdays at 8 p.m. through the end of August. For more information, call FWP’s Chris Neu at 406-240-0155.