Jun 10, 2013
It is finally spring in Minnesota and, so far, the lake is reasonably clear of lilies. The milfoil, however, is going great guns. I noticed that the county or DNR dosed Lake Gervais with some toxic chemicals for undisclosed reasons. Making the wild assumption that this might be because of the runaway invasive species, it seems sort of backward and half-baked to blow resources downstream while allowing the supply lakes and ponds to run rampant with these invaders. Maybe the country is unfamiliar with how water flows?