Grass carp could have a massive effect on commercial and recreational fishing, hunting, recreational boating, beaches, and wildlife viewing on the Great Lakes, industries that generate some $13 billion annually in Canada and the U.S., according to a report released last week. Read the full story by the Welland Tribune.
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