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Aquatic Plant Removal May Require Permits
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is reminding lakeshore property owners that a permit may be required to remove aquatic plants from Minnesota Lakes.

Aquatic plants, although a nuisance to some and most commonly called “weeds”, do serve important functions in lakes; such as preventing shoreline erosion and providing habitat for fish and wildlife.

Property owners are given some flexibility when they are controlling a small area for swimming or boat docking. These do not require a permit, but there are however; very specific guidelines and conditions to follow.

Please visit Minnesota DNR for the news release.

 
 


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