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Mandatory AIS Training in Minnesota
In 2011, the Legislature passed a number of new laws related to prevention and management of aquatic invasive species (AIS) that apply to boaters, property owners, service providers, bait dealers and others involved with the transportation of water-related equipment.

Minnesota's invasive species laws (Minnesota Statutes, Chapter 84D) impose a variety of restrictions and a permit program pertaining to lake service providers to help prevent the spread of AIS between waters in the state. Under these new regulations, permits are required for service providers. Service providers will obtain a permit once the DNR receives a permit application, a $50 application fee, and proof that the service provider has successfully completed a DNR training course.

Persons who work for a permitted service provider do not have to take the DNR training in person, but must take an online training at any time before working in waters of the state. The online training will cover the same information as the training for permitted service providers. Upon completion a certificate will be generated with the person’s information and it will need to be printed and kept in their possession at all times when working in waters of the state. Online training will be available after March 1st.

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