Fish Tales Series Presents “Environmental DNA” Lecture Feb. 24

The next installment of the Fish Tales lecture series will take place Feb. 24, 7 pm, when Cari-Ann Hayer will present “Environmental DNA (eDNA) as a Tool to Detect the Arrival of Invasive Carp in the Lake Michigan Basin.” Hayer is a fisheries biologist and program manager of the Aquatic Invasive Species Detection and Monitoring Program of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This will be an in-person lecture, but a virtual option is also available by visiting the calendar on the Door County Library’s website, where the link will be posted Feb. 24.

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