Two States Battle A Common Foe – South Dakota And Nebraska Officials Work To Contain Zebra Mussels

Stop aquatic hitchhikers! Zap the zebra! Clean, drain and dry!

You might be familiar with some of these rallying cries if you’ve recently spent time near Lewis and Clark Lake or the Missouri River along the South Dakota and Nebraska borders. They are references to multiple efforts being deployed to combat the spread of zebra mussels, aquatic invasive mollusks that have made their way into regional waters. Click on the following quote to access the full story.

“We are all in this together and we all have to pull in the same direction to keep these invasive species out of our other waters.”

Share:

Add A Comment