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The Carp Issue 

The threat, the science, the culinary solution

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Lawyers, Carp, and Money
Six states have sued Illinois to make us stop the Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes. Is there a chance in hell we can?
By Ryan Chew

What the Cells Tell
The scientist who developed the new eDNA test says there are already Asian carp in Lake Michigan.
By Kari Lydersen

The Culinary Solution
Figuring if you can't beat 'em, eat 'em, a local fishmonger surprises ten hotshot chefs with a delivery of Asian carp.
By Mike Sula

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