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Invasive Species Found in Two Kandiyohi County Lakes

More invasive species are being reported in central Minnesota lakes.

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DNR Asks You to Inspect Docks, Rafts and Boat Lifts for Invasive Species

UNDATED -- With news of zebra mussels discovered in a Stearns County lake, the DNR is again reminding shoreland owners to check for invasive species when removing docks, rafts and boat lifts this fall

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Zebra Mussels Found in Stearns County Lake

Zebra mussels have been found in a Stearns County lake...the first one on record.

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Local Groups Frustrated With Invasives Fight

Some local governments and lake associations that have grown frustrated with Minnesota's lack of progress in combating aquatic invasive species are changing their focus from prevention to cure. Among them is the Gull Chain of Lakes Association, which took the lead in the fight against invasive species in eight popular lakes near Brainerd.

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Zebra Mussels Dip on Lake Mille Lacs

The number of zebra mussels on Lake Mille Lacs has dropped this year for the first time since they were found in 2005. Minnesota outdoors officials say a survey this week found about 1,070 zebra mussels per square foot.

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Invasive Zebra Mussels Found in Two Minnesota Lakes

State wildlife officials say adult zebra mussels have been found in Cross Lake and Lower Hay Lake - two of the 14 lakes in the Whitefish chain in central Minnesota.

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DNR: Zebra Mussels Found in Itasca County Lakes

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources confirms that zebra mussels have been found in Sand Lake in Itasca County. DNR experts confirmed the finding of a homeowner who found adult zebra mussels attached to a dock removed from Sand Lake last fall.

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DNR: Attempt to Kill Zebra Mussels Fails

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says a new treatment failed to kill zebra mussels in two lakes. The DNR used copper sulfate, a chemical commonly used to treat lakes for swimmers' itch, to treat Lake Irene in Douglas County and Rose Lake in Otter Tail County.

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Zebra Mussel Reported in Lake Minnewaska

Officials are investigating the report of a zebra mussel in Lake Minnewaska near Glenwood. Lakeshore residents recently found what appears to be an adult zebra mussel attached to a boat seat mount that was submerged in the water.

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DNR Fears Zebra Mussels Hitchhiking on Boat Lifts

Biologists at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources are concerned zebra mussels may be hitchhiking on boat lifts.

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