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  Sandy Beach Runoff Project
   
  INVASIVE PLANTS & ANIMALS
  Milfoil
  Starry Stonewort 
  Zebra Mussels
  Minnesota Handbook
  Water Quality Evaluation Project
   
  SWIMMER'S INFO
  Swimmer's Itch
   
 
 
 
Inspect Your Craft
 
 
All Boats, Pontoons, Sailboats, Jet Skis, and Personal Watercraft  
Float Plane  Canoe
Float Planes    Kayaks, Canoes, and
Stand Up Paddle Boards 
 
 
  Protect Our Beautiful Minnesota Lakes from the transfer of aquatic invasive plants. If you are fishing or recreating on a lake that has posted signs of known invasive infestations, be sure to inspect and clean your boat and trailer, and all aquatic related equipment and tackle, before re-entering another lake.

See DNR News Release regarding required wait times when moving docks and boat lifts to a different body of water.

See more details in Clean-In Clean-Out.
 
Propeller

Docks, Propellers, Boat Lifts, trailers, and more. Be sure to inspect and clean your docks, motors, boat lifts, and any other aquatic equipment that might collect zebra mussels, milfoil, or other aquatic invasive species.
 
YouTube
MN Clean Boats & Clean Lakes
 
YouTube
How To Clean Your Boat from Zebra Mussels
 
YouTube
Silent Invaders (Zebra & Quagga Mussels)
 
 
 
 
 
   
   
 
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