A broadly-supported measure that went into effect today (Monday, July 1) is intended to significantly enhance aquatic invasive species prevention and management in Minnesota, the state DNR said in a news release Monday. The increase
Aquatic invasive species
Measure going into effect Monday is broadly supported by boating and lake groups.
Latest fish captures do not indicate reproduction.
The bill to authorize $1.5 million for an aquatic nuisance species prevention program is awaiting final approval from Gov. Doug Burgum.
These findings now make six known inland streams with populations of New Zealand mudsnails.
The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District (MCWD), in coordination with Three Rivers Park District, Carver County, the City of Victoria, and the rest of the Six Mile Creek-Halsted Bay Subwatershed Partnership, is beginning the first round
Invasive algae confirmed in Wolf Lake in Hubbard County.
Researchers still trying to understand the impact that species like zebra mussels have on the underwater ecosystem.
Invasive mussel found in Bald Eagle Lake and Lake Johanna in Ramsey County and Lake Isabelle in Dakota County.