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Minnesota DNR releases updated Invasive Carp Action Plan

The Minnesota DNR released its updated Invasive Carp Action Plan on Jan. 18 with steps to prevent and eliminate carp in Minnesota waters. Some of the actions include increased tracking and tagging, a possible deterrent at Lock and Dams 4 and 5, and a deterrent at Lock and Dam 19 where reproduction is happening. (Photo courtesy of Minnesota DNR)

A day before the agency’s annual Roundtable event, the Minnesota DNR on Thursday released its updated state Invasive Carp Action Plan. The agency says the plan contains elements aimed to minimize and eliminate the spread of carp in state waters, specifically on the Mississippi, Minnesota, and St. Croix rivers.
The DNR held a press conference during the afternoon on Jan. 18 to explain the updates to the action plan.

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