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“Clean In, Clean Out” helps protect lakes this holiday weekend

The Independence Day weekend ahead is one of the busiest of the Minnesota boating and fishing season. The Department of Natural Resources reminds everyone to plan a little extra time for making sure boats and equipment are clean going in and clean coming out of lakes and rivers to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive [Continue]

Training now required for aquatic invasive species violators


Starting this boating season, anyone found guilty of violating Minnesota’s aquatic invasive species laws will not only have to pay the required fines but will also have to complete mandatory training. The short “Clean In Clean Out” training must be completed before people found guilty of violating Minnesota’s aquatic invasive species laws can legally operate [Continue]

June 13 is PlayCleanGo Day in Minnesota

PlayCleanGo: Stop Invasive Species in Your Tracks announces the third annual Minnesota PlayCleanGo Day on June 13, held in collaboration with the Department of Natural Resources. PlayCleanGo encourages individuals and families to take to the outdoors and enjoy parks, trails and campgrounds across Minnesota while supporting efforts to prevent the spread of terrestrial (land-based) invasive [Continue]

Play-Clean-Go Awareness Week is Feb. 22-28

A coalition of partners, volunteers and supporters through the guidance of PlayCleanGo will be participating in National Invasive Species Awareness Week. PlayCleanGo invites individuals and families to enjoy the beautiful Minnesota trails, parks and recreation sites while doing your part to stop the spread of terrestrial invasive species. Your involvement can help protect some of [Continue]

Stop invasives Feb. 22-28: How to do your part

A coalition of partners, volunteers and supporters, through the guidance of PlayCleanGo, will be participating in National Invasive Species Awareness Week Feb. 22-28. PlayCleanGo invites individuals and families to enjoy the beautiful Minnesota trails, parks and recreation sites while doing their part to stop the spread of terrestrial invasive species. Local involvement can help protect [Continue]