Conflict and Anxiety in AIS efforts

Conflict is part of the public process and the fight to stop the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species is growing more heated along with summer temperatures.

Lake people, you and I and the thousands of MSRPO members, are leading the fight to stop AIS spread in Minnesota.  When the people lead, the leaders will follow, but we must remind them again and again of the importance of this issue.

Please inform candidates that we need their leadership as we push for a comprehensive statewide AIS plan, and their oversight of DNR efforts to implement that plan. Here is a link where you can get your legislator's contact information: Contact Your Legislators

A recent MPR story highlights the challenges MN Lakes Rivers Advocates face.

Anxiety and anger as zebra mussel invasion spreads

minnesota.publicradio.org

A push for action against zebra mussels, directed at the DNR, is creating friction between lake property organizations and

-- Thanks for all you do and please keep in touch,

Jeff

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