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.
Boaters, anglers, marina-operators and others are invited to learn about potential impacts of invasive carp and discuss what we can do to protect the St. Croix River.