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Hundreds of fish jumping out of the water between a boat and a dam
Information icon Kentucky Carp. Photo by Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.

Learn more about Asian carp expansion in Tennessee and Cumberland River system

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, along with federal and state agencies, recently participated in a webinar sponsored by the Tennessee Valley Authority that focused on Asian carp expansion across the Tennessee and Cumberland river systems. Learn what’s being done to combat the invasive fish.

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