The non-native fish jump out of the water when boats pass, endangering safety as well as the ecosystem.
A range of opportunities is available this summer to help protect the ecological health of the river.
Invasive fish and other species demand vigilance and eradication efforts to preserve natural ecosystems.
Boat decontamination units will provide courtesy cleaning of boats to prevent the spread of non-native plants and animals.
University of Minnesota scientists have found a strategy to keep the non-native fish out of the St. Croix River.
Researchers have discovered new ways to stop the destructive non-native fish.
Wisconsin-wide “Bridge Snapshot Day” on August 29 provides a chance to help prevent the spread of non-native plants and animals.
Third meeting about draft plan to control invasive plants and animals will be held this week in Spooner.
Minnesota DNR has confirmed last weekend’s catches and its crews found at least one of the invasive fish in follow-up.
Anglers hooked into at least a few of the big, ugly fish near the Xcel Energy power plant in recent days.