Saving the Great Lakes from Invading Carp

Thursday, February 11, 2010

The Great Lakes are threatened by Carp and the only way to keep the fish from taking over might be to cut the connection between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi River basin. President Obama has agreed to conduct a study, but waiting too long for a solution may be detrimental to the health of the lake and destroy the fishing industry.

Nathan Hurst, Washington correspondent for Detroit News fills us in on the details of the administration's plan.


Nathan Hurst

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