by Warren Schlote, The Manitoulin Expositor

By Roban Kramer [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

GREAT LAKES—Invasive grass carp pose a major threat to the Great Lakes basin; with experts warning the species will become established in Lake Huron in 10 years, opinions are strongly divided as to the best ways to deal with the threat, as well as the tactics agencies are using to manage these fish that belong to the Asian carp family.

Mary Muter, chair of the Georgian Bay Great Lakes Foundation, raises strong concerns in a press release her organization had published on July 25. 

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