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The Biggest Victim at the Oregon Malheur Standoff?

Scientists Say Effort to Control Invasive Carp Could Be Set Back Several Years

By Debbie Kay,

No matter what your thoughts on the standoff that happened at the Oregon Malheur Reserve, the invasive carp program was one of the few things everyone could get behind.  A program that was designed to eliminate the carp and employ fishermen and local businesses at the same time has been set back at least three years due to the altercation.  Now, scientists struggle to catch up, having missed the chance to control an important breeding season on the preserve. Continue reading The Biggest Victim at the Oregon Malheur Standoff?

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