ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is postponing the launch of an aquatic invasive species training and trailer decal program while legislators consider modifying the law. 127 more words
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The Department of Environmental Conservation is pleased to announce the availability of project year 2015 Application for Aquatic Nuisance Control Grant-in-Aid Grants. This grant program… 140 more words
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Officials managing the use of a biological agent to kill off zebra mussels in a Hennepin County lake are encouraged by the early results.361 more words
This summer, we asked Albertans to voluntarily have their boats checked for invasive mussels when they crossed our borders. If you stopped at an inspection station (there are four, located on major highways entering the province and two roving crews), you likely saw our friendly Government of Alberta watercraft inspectors. 201 more words
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Experts say cabin close-up time is an ideal opportunity for inspecting boats and water equipment for aquatic invasive species.
The Department of Natural Resources is asking every cabin and lake property owner to carefully inspect for invasive species when removing docks, boat lifts, swim rafts and other equipment from the water. 94 more words