DNR: Zebra Mussels Discovered In Iron Range Mine PitThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is trying to figure out how damaging zebra mussels ended up in a mine pit on the Iron Range.
Report: U Of M Scientists Map Zebra Mussel Genome, Opening Possibility To Weaken The Invasive SpeciesScientists at the University of Minnesota have mapped the genome of the zebra mussel, opening up possibilities for researchers to exploit the invasive species’ weaknesses in the effort to halt its spread.
Invasive Zebra Mussels Confirmed In Sugar LakeZebra mussels are an invasive species that can cause numerous problems, including clogging water intakes and attaching to and killing native mussels.
DNR: Zebra Mussels Confirmed In Bde Make SkaAn invasive species -- zebra mussels -- has been discovered in Minneapolis’ Bde Maka Ska.
Scientists Struggle To Measure Impact Of Invasive SpeciesScientists still don't have a clear answer on whether invasive species are destroying Minnesota's lakes more than 20 years after they started spreading in the state's waters.
DNR: Zebra Mussels Confirmed In 3 Metro-Area LakesThe DNR will conduct follow-up surveys of all three lakes to determine the severity and to assess treatment options.
DNR: Zebra Mussels Confirmed In Medicine Lake"After at least six years of reports of zebra mussels on Medicine Lake that turned out to be negative, it’s disappointing to make this confirmation."
1 Zebra Mussel Confirmed In Lake Harriet, But No Treatment NecessaryThe Minnesota DNR says a single zebra mussel has been discovered in Minneapolis’ Lake Harriet.
DNR: Entire Minnesota River Added To Infested Waters ListThe Minnesota Department of Natural Resources now says the entire Minnesota River has been added to the Infested Waters List.
Study On Lake Minnetonka Looks At Zebra Mussel Population ControlA study is continuing in Lake Minnetonka this year on a potential new method to control zebra mussel populations.
Annandale Bands Together To Stave Off Zebra Mussel InvasionUsing snorkels and scuba gear, groups are scouring the shallows and the deeper water at Cedar Lake.