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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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September 5th 2014

Weekly News Roundup: Aquatic Invasives, Lake Sturgeon, and More

New York State recently passed a law requiring all boats to be washed before entering New York waterways, reports the Star Gazette. The measure is intended to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species that can attach onto boats, such … Continue reading

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