Wildlife Forever helps launch boat cleaning stations
BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. — Wildlife Forever’s Clean Drain Dry Initiative has partnered with CD3 Station General Benefit Corporation (Clean Drain Dry Dispose), a Minnesota-based company and developer of watercraft cleaning stations. Designed to provide hands-on tools to remove invasive species from water-related equipment, CD3 stations also fully integrate with the Clean Drain Dry Initiative educational campaign.
Across the nation, invasive species not only threaten fish and wildlife but also tourism and municipalities. Attaching to boats and equipment, invasive species can be difficult to see and remove. CD3 Stations provide user-focused tools located at the boat ramp to help people clean, drain, dry equipment and dispose of bait and weeds properly. Designed as a waterless unit, high-pressure air and a central vacuum system will be key components along with scrub brushes, reach tools and lights.
To learn more about the CD3 cleaning station visit, www.CD3Station.com
The Clean Drain Dry Initiative is the national marketing and outreach campaign to educate outdoor recreational users on how to prevent the spread of invasive species. Working with local, state and federal agencies and the outdoor industry, coordinated invasive species messaging focuses on strategic content, marketing communications and outreach tools for how to prevent. For more information and tips on how you can help, follow along at Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CleanDrainDry/.