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Lake Service Providers Required to Attend AIS Training
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is offering aquatic invasive species training to owners of on-water businesses so they can legally work in lakes and rivers throughout the state.

Previously, the law applied only to businesses such as marinas, dock haulers, lawn irrigators and others who install or remove equipment from state waters for hire. A recent change in state law now requires businesses such as resorts and outfitters that rent, lease or decontaminate boats and other water-related equipment are now required to attend AIS training and secure a permit.

These businesses are considered lake service providers, which means they must attend training, apply for a permit, and pay a $50 application fee every three years to comply with Minnesota law. Seventeen free AIS training sessions are planned around the state.

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