Asian carp Evidence of Asian Carp DNA Detected in Green Bay Waters, Heightens Concern for Great Lakes By Susan Bence • Oct 23, 2014 Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee, Flickr Listen Listening... / 3:09 Silver carp DNA was discovered in the Fox River, a tributary of Lake Michigan. Regional Team Maps Out Next Step: Keeping Asian Carp from Populating Great Lakes By Susan Bence • Jun 6, 2014 kategardiner.com Listen Listening... / 1:12 Great Lakes advocates have been fretting for years, about the potential invasion of Asian carp. This week the Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee released its updated plan to keep the beast at bay. Army Corps: Keeping Great Lakes Free of Asian Carp Could Cost Up to $18 Billion By Susan Bence & Stephanie Lecci • Jan 13, 2014 Nerissa Michaels, Illinois River Biological Station Listen Listening... / 13:11 WUWM Environmental Reporter Susan Bence interviews Joel Brammeier, the President & CEO of the Alliance for the Great Lakes. Milwaukeeans had their chance to voice opinions on a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report on preventing Asian carp from slipping into the Great Lakes; Thursday the Corps heads to Traverse City. Can Army Corps Plan Stop Asian Carp? By Susan Bence • Jan 7, 2014 Army Corps of Engineers Listen Listening... / 2:03 The Army Corps of Engineers issued a long-awaited report about ways to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes. Scientist: Asian Carp Not a Threat to Lake Michigan By Susan Bence • Sep 3, 2013 kategardiner.com Listen Listening... / 13:56 Lake Effect's Susan Bence interviews UWM professor and researcher John Janssen about Asian carp. A UWM School of Freshwater Sciences researcher shares his “big picture” view of the state and future of the Great Lakes, particularly Lake Michigan. No Signs of Asian Carp DNA in Lake Michigan Tributary By Ann-Elise Henzl • Aug 23, 2013 kategardiner.com Researchers are analyzing water samples from rivers that feed into the Great Lakes.