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Faucet snails, which have been linked to waterfowl deaths at Lake Winnibigoshish, have been found in the Mississippi River downstream of Lake Winnibigoshish, according to the Minnesota Department of ... Posted on 9/27/10 at 2:31 PM
SAN FRANCISCO — An appeals court Wednesday upheld a ruling ordering the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate the water discharged from ships as a way to protect local ecosystems from invasive species.
By MALIA WOLLAN/Associated Press Writer
, July 24, 2008
MADISON — The state Natural Resources Board on Wednesday adopted rules that will allow fishing tournaments to grow in Wisconsin while reducing crowding at boat landings and reducing the potential that fish die, or invasive species are spread, in conjunction with the events.
Gov. Jim Doyle announced Thursday that Wisconsin will spend $6 million to invest in experimental ballast water treatment systems for the state’s Great Lakes ports, including Superior, Milwaukee and Green Bay.
By DAN EGAN/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
, January 19, 2008
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