Remove non-native fish without poisoning our streams

In this op-ed Mike Garrity, the Executive Director of the Wild Rockies advocates using non-poisonous alternatives to restore native fish species. Rotenone is commonly used by the Forest Service and state agencies in “poison and plant” projects because it is cheaper than removing non-native fish through labor-intensive electroshocking.

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