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Amid calls for action, Minnesota DNR seeks to update plan for invasive carp

Invasive carp slowly have been moving upstream on the Mississippi River. (Photo courtesy of the Minnesota DNR)
The Minnesota DNR is working on updating its “Minnesota Invasive Carp Action Plan” this summer, along with federal and adjacent state agencies and various stakeholders. The DNR says it’s using a “structured decision-making process” to determine future actions to stop the spread of carp in the state. Heidi Wolf, the DNR’s invasive species unit supervisor, said the process began a couple of weeks ago, and the goal is to have a plan completed by the end of 2023.
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