Minnesota battles Asian carp

  • Article by: TOM LANDWEHR
  • Updated: September 27, 2011 - 7:34 PM

The DNR plan directs immediate action to limit the spread of pesky fish.

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redqidSep. 28, 1112:08 AM

"We will take decisive strokes...not tread water....hosted an Asian carp meeting....attended ...We reviewed...seven-step action plan...battle plan...find and obtain the necessary funding...a multi-organizational...Task Force...collecting information..." --- I can't *yawn* finish reading. If commissioner Landwehr keeps this up, Ambien and Lunesta are in big trouble.

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mwallekSep. 28, 1111:11 AM

Get ready to welcome the asian carp. Some idiot will make sure it gets here, even if, suprisingly, there was an effective method to stop them.

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bwsmithcomSep. 28, 11 1:33 PM

If Asian Carp are such "ecosystem-ruining monsters" then why did the DNR introduce them into our waterways in the 70s? Someone from the DNR needs to be fined for introducing this pollution into our rivers. It's disgusting that the DNR are getting more funding to fix the mess that they created.

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bwsmithcomSep. 29, 1112:03 PM

If Asian Carp are such "ecosystem-ruining monsters" then why did the DNR introduce them into our waterways in the 70s? Someone from the DNR needs to be fined for introducing this pollution into our rivers. It's disgusting that the DNR are getting more funding to fix the mess that they created.

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