“At this point, we are expecting some significant fish loss”

It has been just over two weeks since the invasive mussels were found in a section of the Snake River near Twin Falls.

Treatment is now flowing into the mid-Snake River to kill off the invasive invaders that could cause a potential crisis – but that treatment is also likely to kill other things in the river.

The Idaho State Department of Agriculture started the aggressive treatment method on Tuesday, placing metered boxes with the treatment at key mix points along the Snake River from the Twin Falls Dam to Centennial Waterfront Park.


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