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Minnesota Department of Natural Resources worker Larry Hanson, left, works Saturday at the boat landing on Green Lake in Spicer as part of the "Pick it or Ticket'' campaign to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species. Hanson demonstrated to boat owner Bill Shulund, of Spicer, how to inspect and clean his boat. A new law took effect July 1, which requires drain plug removal and draining of water by boat owners before leaving any lake or river in Minnesota. (Tribune photo by Ron Adams)

DNR now enforcing 'pull the plug' law to halt spread of invasive species

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SPICER -- Minnesota Department of Natural Resources conservation officers were at the Green Lake public access in Spicer and other lakes around Minnesota on Saturday morning as part of the "Pick it or Ticket'' campaign to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species.

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