DNR proposes plan to stop spread of Asian carp
WORTHINGTON — When the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources closed a gate on Herlein-Boote Slough north of Worthington in January 2012, to stop water from flowing through a diversion channel and into Okabena Creek, it was a temporary fix to try and stop invasive fish species like big head and silver carp from making their way into the Des Moines River Watershed.
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