A picture of a giant Asian Carp in the arms of a Joliet fisherman shows why biologists see the fish as a big problem.
Lawmakers are reaching across borders to keep Asian Carp out of Lake Michigan.
An environmental coalition says the Asian carp is enough, and the U.S. does not need to add other non-native species to the country’s ecology.
A group of businesses is proposing a unique solution to the invasive Asian carp that’s threatening the Great Lakes.
Scientists say they have more proof the dreaded Asian carp is advancing on Lake Michigan.
Federal officials have laid out a plan for studying how to stop invasive species — including the voracious Asian carp — from migrating between the Great Lakes and Mississippi River watersheds.
It wants to catch and sell them as “wild Mississippi River fish.”
It also ask for rain barrels, wetlands, trees to block Asian Carp, alleviate basement flooding, clean up the Chicago River system at the same time.
Attorneys for and against closing Chicago-area shipping locks as a way to stop the spread of Asian carp are now making their final pitches to a federal judge.