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Tickets Increase for Invasive Species
Legislation is being drafted within the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to more effectively manage and prevent aquatic invasive species. The number of tickets issued for transporting invasive species increased from 57 in 2009 to 159 in 2010. 

Zebra mussels are a key management priority, although Asian carp, curly pondweed, and Eurasian milfoil also pose ecological threats to water bodies.  These aquatic invasive species are typically transplanted in new waterways due to human interaction.  It is often due to not draining the ballast water or overall failure to remove weeds and other aquatic plants from boats and trailers. 


 
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