Lake Minnetonka boaters can use new mapping tool to report invasive species

August 22, 2019by ncdea

MINNESOTA, Lake Minnetonka CD – Lake Minnetonka boaters can now report invasive species using a new online mapping tool from the Lake Minnetonka Conservation District.

The conservation district launched the online tool in July and has since been inviting boaters to report invasive species and vegetation (unwanted or desirable) exactly where they saw them.

“If you’re out on the lake, you can actually do it on your phone fairly easily. Or, if you come in and you want to put it onto the map, you can do that from a computer as well,” said Vickie Schleuning, executive director of the Lake Minnetonka Conservation District.

Source: Lake Minnetonka boaters can use new mapping tool to report invasive species | Wayzata |

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