Tag Archives: Asian Carp Crisis

June 28th 2017

Weekly News Roundup: Great Lakes Funding, Asian Carp, and More

As we head into the 4th of July weekend, here were some of the biggest Great Lakes restoration stories from last week:   The State of the Great Lakes 2017 Highlights Report has been released and delivers both good and … Continue reading

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June 23rd 2010

A Bighead Carp is Caught in Chicago Area Waterway System; Time for Action is Now

An adult bighead carp has been caught in Lake Calumet along the Chicago Area Waterway System, according to the Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee. It is the first one found in the waterway system beyond an electronic fence that is … Continue reading

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February 4th 2010

Michigan AG Asks Court To Reconsider Lock Closure; Study Shows Illinois Exaggerated Economic Impact

Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox has filed a new motion with the US Supreme Court asking for an immediate injunction to close Chicago-area locks because the Court did not have all the information (ie that Carp eDNA was already in … Continue reading

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January 29th 2010

HOW Sends EPA Comprehensive Plan of Attack

Yesterday, the Healing Our Waters Coalition sent Great Lakes Czar Cameron Davis a comprehensive 12-point plan to halt the advance of the Asian Carp. We have to stop the fish from getting a foothold in the Great Lakes ecosystem and … Continue reading

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January 26th 2010

Capitol Hill Will Hold Emergency Asian Carp Meeting on Wednesday

Tomorrow at 9 a.m. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio), along with other Great Lakes lawmakers, will attend an emergency meeting on the Asian Carp crisis, reports the Sandusky Register.

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