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Send your own personalized e-card to your friends and family and “have the talk” about protecting our lakes!

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  2. Email it to your friends and family to “have the talk”!

Risk Posters

Print off your own risk posters to spread the message of invasive mussels and their affect on the Okanagan.

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Boat Checklist Rack Card

Checklist of common hiding spots for invasive species with fast facts on back.

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Web Badge

Post this web badge to your website and hyperlink to Help us “Spread the message. Not the mussel.”

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Social Banner

Post this as a banner on your Facebook profile. Let your social circle know to “Spread the message. Not the mussel.”

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General Info Sheet

Information around the Don’t Move A Mussel campaign.

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Fact Sheet

Don’t Move A Mussel – get the facts about zebra and quagga mussels.

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Clean Drain Dry Rack Card

Informative rack card from the Clean Drain Dry campaign.

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Clean Drain Dry Fact Sheet

Facts and information on Quagga & Zebra mussels.

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Zebra & Quagga Mussels FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions on Quagga & Zebra mussels.

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Download the full Don’t Move a Mussel Talk Kit

More Information

For more information on invasive zebra and quagga mussels, we encourage you to check out some of the resources below.

“Limiting the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species into the Okanagan”
report by Larratt Aquatic Consultants prepared for the Okanagan Basin Water Board and Glenmore-Ellison Improvement District (April 2013)

B.C. Invasive Mussel Defence Program
B.C. government program to help prevent the introduction of zebra and quagga mussels into the province
the North Coast Zebra and Quagga Mussel Consortium

U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Invasive Species Information Centre

Ontario’s Invading Species Awareness Program


Photo courtesy Okanagan and Similkameen Invasive Species Society

Spread the message, not the mussel.

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