The work being done inside a lab in New Haven could protect us from a potentially serious foreign-born tick.
Connecticut environmental officials are offering boaters tips on how to prevent the spread of invasive plants and animals.
There are programs that aim to combat and even prevent the spread of invasive species, but budget cuts could mean they could face cuts.
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection’s boating staff will be educating boaters about how to stop the spread of invasive aquatic species.
Pennsylvania officials are urging precaution after the discovery of an invasive tick species, one that infests host animals in clusters and may be able to survive our winters.
Connecticut boaters and others are being encouraged to help prevent the spread of invasive plants and animals.
Plymouth, CONN (WTNH) Connecticut’s beautiful ash trees are facing an uncertain future in the state. Glimmering in green, the Emerald Ash Borer, a beetle from Asia is ravaging Connecticut’s precious Ash tree population. “So all of that over on the horizon there is dead ash, that’s been killed,” said Dr. Claire Rutledge with Connecticut Department of […]
Trappers have captured a massive, record-setting python with 73 eggs inside of her.
An invasive aquatic plant has been found growing in the Connecticut River. The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection found hydrilla along Riverfront Park in Glastonbury.
A Connecticut restaurant owner is among 12 individuals who will be recognized as “White House Champions of Change for Sustainable Seafood.”