Here is a great article from Interlochen Public Radio in northern Michigan.
For the past three and a half decades, zebra and quagga mussels have fundamentally altered the ecology and hijacked the food web of the Great Lakes. But some of the top research scientists in our country are trying to find ways to control the far-reaching impacts of these invasive species. Commercial fishermen, who are trying to keep their businesses afloat despite the mussels, hope a solution could lead to an increase in fish populations once again, and restore a way of life. Click here for the whole story.