Rotenone treatments in Eastern Washington


The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is hosting an online public meeting to discuss plans to treat two lakes and a stream in Eastern Washington with rotenone, a naturally occurring pesticide commonly used to remove undesirable and illegally stocked fish species from lakes and streams. 

The lakes proposed for treatment are Fish Lake and Schalow Pond in Okanogan County. WDFW is also proposing treatment of a 5-mile section of Flume Creek to remove non-native eastern brook trout and restore native westslope cutthroat trout. 

Join this meeting on Microsoft Teams.

Or call in to the meeting at 564-999-2000, then enter the conference ID: 467 067 484#