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U of M Study Shows Asian Carp Threat More Serious Than Previously Known

Posted on August 12, 2019 by

New research shows that Asian carp may be even more harmful to the Great Lakes than previously considered.  Freshwater Future believes stopping this threat from establishing in our Great Lakes is critically important, and we need the Army Corps of Engineers to make every effort to ensure this happens. To learn more, click on the picture below.

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