2016 Minnesota Invasive Carp Forum
March 10, 2016
Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge
Open to the public. Preview the agenda.
Where are they now?
The MN Department of Natural Resources reports that there have been 74 captures of Invasive Asian carp in Minnesota’s portion of the Mississippi River since 2008. The furthest upstream catch on the Mississippi River was recorded in 2014 near Cottage Grove. The furthest upstream catch on the Saint Croix River was recorded in 2015 near Stillwater.
To view the latest list of Invasive Asian carp catches in Minnesota (Jan 1991-Jan 2015), click here.
To view a map of catches in the Mississippi River in both MN and WI, click here.
Your voice matters – Speak up now
- The Draft St. Croix River Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) Strategic Plan assesses and addresses AIS threats and impacts to help water managers protect the St. Croix watershed. To learn more or get involved, please contact Angelique at the St. Croix River Association at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-483-3300.