One of the biggest invaders in the St. Croix River is the zebra mussel.
Discovery marks first time jumping carp species has been detected on upper Mississippi.
St. Croix River Association seeks applicants interested in coordinating anti-aquatic invasive species effort.
National Park Service scientists say the invasive species’ numbers were down again in 2013.
Volunteers are invited to a free training about how to report invasive species along the river.
For two consecutive years, almost none of the invasive species have been found in the river.
Join us for a free workshop about curly leaf, milfoil, zebra mussels, Asian carp and other aquatic invaders.
Federal legislation would organize anti-carp effort, and new research is looking at ways of stopping the invasive fish.
Join the fight against the invasive plant and help restore a small valley south of St. Croix Falls.
A Minnesota television reporter traveled to America’s “Asian carp capital” to find out how the invasive fish have harmed recreation and economies along the Illinois River.