Groups team up to fight invasive species

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Wildlife Forever and the National Professional Anglers Association are joining forces in the battle against invasive species.

"This new partnership between Wildlife Forever and the NPAA will empower the more than 400 NPAA members and a growing number of NPAA supporting partners with the facts they need to help eliminate the threat that invasive species pose to our waterways," said Pat Neu, the angler association's executive director.

Wildlife Forever's collaborative conservation efforts, called the Threat Campaign, reach out to youth and adults to arm them with the knowledge needed to protect habitat and wildlife in a changing environment.

Invasive species are one of the greatest threats facing the American landscape, according to Wildlife Forever.

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