Stop Asian Carp: Tell the Army Corps of Engineers to Protect the Great Lakes

Our Great Lakes are at risk. Asian carp threaten the lakes and our regional economy. These devastating fish are moving closer to the lakes each year. Not too long ago, an Asian carp was found just 9 miles from Lake Michigan.

In late November, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released a final plan to stop Asian carp, and they need to hear from you. The Corps is proposing additional protections to stop Asian carp in the Des Plaines River, just downstream of Chicago and Lake Michigan. Tell the Corps to act now, before it’s too late.

Your voice can make a difference. Tell the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to:

  1. Move rapidly to construction;
  2. Commit funding to the next phase of the project; and
  3. Expedite the project wherever possible.

Strengthen your message!

We’ve drafted a letter to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for you that outlines the issue and urges them to protect the Great Lakes. Simply enter your information and hit send. To make your letter even stronger, personalize your message by editing the draft letter in the text box. Tell the Corps why this issue matters to you.

Tell the Army Corps: Stop Asian carp. Send a letter today.


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