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October 31st 2014

Weekly News Roundup: Asian Carp, Green Infrastructure, and More

In case you missed this past week in Great Lakes conservation news: United Press International reports that despite some scares last month, no further evidence of Asian carp has been found in the Kalamazoo River. The river was retested after … Continue reading

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October 24th 2014

Weekly News Roundup: Asian Carp, Harmful Algal Blooms, and More

In case you missed this past week in Great Lakes conservation news: The Associated Press reports that the EPA is providing $8.6 million to Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana to reduce phosphorus runoff, a contributing factor to harmful algal blooms. The … Continue reading

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October 17th 2014

Weekly News Roundup: Asian Carp, Nutrient Pollution, and More

In case you missed this past week in Great Lakes conservation news: A stretch of the Illinois River running through Havana, Illinois has one of the highest Asian carp concentrations in the world, reports WGN Chicago. It’s estimated that Asian … Continue reading

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October 10th 2014

Weekly News Roundup: Asian Carp, Oil Pipelines, and More

In case you missed this past week in Great Lakes conservation news: The Detroit News reports that despite DNA evidence of Asian carp being detected in the Kalamazoo River, but wildlife officials state that this doesn’t prove there are established … Continue reading

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September 26th 2014

Weekly News Roundup: Invasive Species, Nuclear Disposal, and More

In case you missed this past week in Great Lakes conservation news: The Star Tribune reports that the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is seeking federal approval to use potash to kill invasive zebra mussels in Christmas Lake. The E.P.A. … Continue reading

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