From the Journal Sentinel:
With federal researchers in the midst of a search for long-term solutions to the threat of an Asian carp invasion into the Great Lakes, the Obama administration announced Thursday that it is updating its immediate strategy by committing $50 million to DNA sampling, underwater cameras, sophisticated tracking systems and projects exploring ways to poison the ravenous invaders without harming native species.
"I've been doing this work for 34 years, and this is as well as I've seen state and federal environmental agencies working together," said Charlie Wooley, deputy regional director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Minneapolis. "We want to do everything humanly possible to prevent Asian carp from getting into the Great Lakes.