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For well over a decade, Asian carp have threatened the Great Lakes with an invasion that will change the Lakes’ ecosystem forever.
One of the many potential solutions to alleviating the crisis could involve your plans for dinner.
That’s right, eating invasive species—a method called invasivorism—is a trend that’s growing in the U.S.
But is it a real solution to preventing Asian carp from spreading to the Great Lakes?
CultureShift’s Amanda LeClaire speaks with Andrew Reeves, the author of a new book called Overrun: Dispatches From The Asian Carp Crisis about how invasivorism works and what people can do to help get rid of invasive fish.
Click on the audio player above to learn more about a potential solution for ridding the Great Lakes of Asian carp and listen to CultureShift weekdays from noon to 2 p.m. on 101.9 WDET-FM Detroit Public Radio.
Interactive Map courtesy of Sandra Svoboda/ Great Lakes Now