Evan Freeman, watercraft inspection supervisor with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, second from left, watches as Tyler Dick learns to operate the power washer that is now located at the Saulsbury Park access to Green Lake in Spicer. Dick and other trained operators will decontaminate watercraft at no charge this summer. Tribune photo by Tom Cherveny
Power washer available, staffed to decontaminate watercraft at Saulsbury Park access to Green Lake
SPICER — What is believed to be a one-of-a-kind partnership is taking aim at zebra mussels to keep them from the waters of Kandiyohi County.
A newly acquired, $18,000 power washer will be available and staffed to decontaminate watercraft a
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