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Save-Our-Lakes continues spread throughout the great state of Minnesota. Thanks to Zorbaz in Alexandria for supporting Save-Our-Lakes!!!

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Thank you to Conservation Minnesota for supporting Tonka Beer Company!! 100% of Tonka Beer Company's profits supports Save-Our-Lakes!!!

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Tired of wine & chocolate? Celebrate Happy Hour tonight with Tonka Beer Company. Your purchase supports their efforts to clean up Minnesota's lakes.

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Save-Our-Lakes was in the February issue of Lake Minnetonka Magazine. Click on the link below to check out the article.

http://lakeminnetonkamag.com/…/tonka-beer-company-donates-p…

Minnetonka natives Chad Mayes, Jason Landstrom and Ryan Johnson love beer. They also love our lakes. They put the two together to establish the Tonka Beer Co., a craft brewery that donates 100 percent of its profits to Save-Our-Lakes to battle the onslaught of lake-choking invasive species like zebr...
lakeminnetonkamag.com

Save-Our-Lakes was in the feature article, "Tonka Beer Co. Wages War to Eradicate Invasive Species from Minnesota Waterways" in the Nov/Dec 2012 issue of Proof, the magazine for Minnesota's licensed beverage retailers!!

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Save-Our-Lakes is featured in "Breweries Give Back" article, Dec 2012 /Jan 2013 edition of The Growler Magazine. Pick up a copy around town and turn to page 43!!

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'Judas' fish could fight Asian carp

http://m.startribune.com/?id=186633551

Breaking news and updates on weather, sports, entertainment, business, stock market, politics, local news, movie times, lifestyle and photos from Minneapolis, St. Paul and the Twin Cities area in Minnesota.
m.startribune.com

AIS tops list of lake concerns in Wisconsin.

MADISON, WI â As part of its biennial legislative agenda development process, Wisconsin Lakes surveyed its members, experts, and other interested parties in 2012 regarding lake-related issues and concerns.
haywardwi.com
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Aquatic invasive species could threaten Scotland’s fish stocks

GYRODACTYLUS might sound like a creature from the latest Hollywood alien invasion blockbuster.
scotsman.com

Biologists confirm Japanese species on dock debris in Forks, Washington

The invasive species are here.
dailyastorian.com
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Biologists checking tsunami dock for invasive species

http://www.king5.com/…/Biologists-checking-tsunami-dock-for…

Biologists this week obtained samples of plants and animals that hitched a ride across the Pacific on a floating dock thought to be debris from the March 2011 Tsunami that hit Japan.
king5.com

Report concludes bubble, sound and light barrier feasible as Asian carp deterrent at Lock and Dam #1 in Minneapolis

A new report commissioned by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has concluded that an Asian carp barrier using sound, bubbles and lights would be the most viable option to deter invasive fish from moving past Lock and Dam #1 in Minneapolis.
news.dnr.state.mn.us

The DNR has set up a 15-member committee to provide advice as the agency ramps up its fight against aquatic invasive species like Asian carp and zebra mussels.

http://minnesota.publicradio.org/…/dnr-panel-advises-on-in…/

The Department of Natural Resources has set up a 15-member committee to provide advice as the agency ramps up its fight against aquatic invasive species like Asian carp and zebra mussels.
minnesota.publicradio.org

Former Orono Mayor Appointed to State's New Invasive Species Committee

http://lakeminnetonka.patch.com/…/former-orono-mayor-appoin…

Gabriel Jabbour has been appointed to a three-year term on the Department of Natural Resource's new Aquatic Invasive Species Advisory Committee.
lakeminnetonka.patch.com

Check out the 12 Days of Aquatic Invasive Species Christmas!!

http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/184198251.html

'Tis the season to spread some holiday cheer. And the way Tim Campbell of Wisconsin Sea Grant sees it, "tis always the season to spread aquatic invasive species awareness."
jsonline.com