EPA To Give Michigan $4.2 Million To Combat Invasive Species
The Environmental Protection Agency is giving Michigan $4.2 million in grants.
The money is to help combat invasive species in the Great Lakes.
Northern Michigan will get a $1.4 million cut.
The zebra and quagga mussels are both invasive species that have been harming the ecosystem in the Great Lakes.
Conservation groups are hoping this money will help them restore balance.