Manitoba community takes zebra mussel fight into their own hands as province fails to issue fines

July 26, CTV News:

While the province is fighting to protect Manitoba lakes from being further infested from zebra mussels, one community has taken the battle into its own hands.

The invasive species are becoming a growing concern in Manitoba and have already infested three bodies of water: Lake Winnipeg, the Red River and Cedar Lake.

But people near Gull Lake, a mere 10 km’s from Grand Beach, are doing everything they can to ensure they don’t end up there too.

The Gull Lake Management Board has invested in its own pressure washer and set up a decontamination area by the boat launch. Read more.