Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee
Aquatic Invasive Species
The GYA Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Cooperative formed to prevent and control infestations of Aquatic Invasive Species in Greater Yellowstone waters. The Cooperative includes representatives from federal, state, and county agencies, non-profit organizations and businesses.
Chair - Chad Whaley, Fisheries Biologist and AIS Program Coordinator, Grand Teton National Park, firstname.lastname@example.org
AIS Pocket Guide for the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (1 MB pdf)
GYA Aquatic Invasive Species Cooperative Strategic Plan, 2016 (53 kB pdf)
GYA Aquatic Invasive Species Cooperative Strategic Plan, 2009 (65 kB pdf)
GYA Aquatic Invasive Species Cooperative Implementation Plan, 2009 (384 kB pdf)
GYA Aquatic Invasive Species Cooperative 2009 Accomplishment Report (171 kB pdf)
GYCC Risk Analyzer (Adam Sepulveda, USGS, Josh Gage, Gage Cartographics)
Users Guide (976 kB pdf)
What you can do to stop invasives
CLEAN - Remove all plants, animals, and mud from your boat, anchor, boots, and other equipment before you enter and after you leave the water. If traveling to another body of water, rinse equipment and boat hulls with high-pressure hot water at a hot water wash station.