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Michigan agencies step up invasive species fight

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LANSING, Mich. — After years of planning, Michigan officials are ready to put in place a strategy for controlling the spread of invasive species in the state's waterways, according to a new state report. The plan is described in the annual "State of the Great Lakes" report released Thursday by the Department of Environmental Quality. The quagga mussel and other non-native species have caused...

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