Guardians of the waterways
Volunteers scour Minnesota lakes for newest invasive: starry stonewort
Meet the scientists working to stop spread of zebra mussels
How the zebra mussel scourge spread across Minnesota
Virus that affects carp responsible for Lake Elysian fish kill
Out-musseling the mussels: Researcher hopeful of new tactic against invasive species
Invasive carp has quieted down, but 'Minnesotans should be concerned'
Minnesota scientists dive deep to learn why walleye are stressed
Starry Trek comes to Beltrami County: Volunteers needed for Aug. 5 event to help search for starry stonewort
Lake Minnetonka zebra mussel study tests population control
Why give to MAISRC?
First hurdle cleared in search for microbial biocontrol agents against AIS
February 2017 announcements
February 2017 Letter from the Director
March 15 workshop to discuss Minnesota Bigheaded carps risk assessment findings, management next steps
New research shows algaecide treatments knocked back starry stonewort but failed to kill bulbils
What sediment cores can tell us about Lake Mille Lacs, walleye, and spiny waterflea
2016 Research Highlights from MAISRC
November 2016 Letter from the Director
Is hybrid watermilfoil the next resistant invader?
Save the date for the 2015 Aquatic Invasive Species Research and Management Showcase!
MAISRC statement on Bighead carp captured in St. Croix River near Stillwater
MAISRC's commitment to finding innovative solutions to AIS problems
U of M Adding Research Capacity in Aquatic Invasive Plants Management
Join us at the 2015 Aquatic Invaders Summit
Aquatic Invaders Summit: An Exploration of Local Collaboration, Innovation, and Opportunity
Presentations from 2014 AIS Showcase now available
Seminar Announcement: Zebra Mussels in Mille Lacs
There's still time to register for the 2014 AIS Research and Management Showcase!
Register now! 2014 Minnesota AIS Research and Management Showcase: November 19
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