Bloomingto to examine lake for invasive weeds

Bloomington will test Bush Lake for invasive weed species this spring, according to the Star Tribune.

The problem, which has affected Bloomington for 20years, will not be directly addressed this spring. The problem with the two invasive species -- Eurasian water milfoil and curlyleaf pondweed -- must be properly evaluated before it can be treated, according to civil engineers.

The Izaak Walton Group is lobbying to the state for a DNR grant that would help restore the lake's original water quality, according to Minnesota Lakes.

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