Wright State University-Lake Campus Associate Professor of Biology Stephen Jacquemin, left, and Tom Knapke, Lake Restoration Commission coordinator, stand on the shore of Grand Lake. After Jacquemin and his team spent months researching how many carp are in Grand Lake, where they are and what it would cost to remove them, they have concluded that the lake is too large to remove them all. An interview with Jacquemin and Knapke is online.
Peanut butter and jelly, peas and carrots, carp and Grand Lake - some things are just meant to be together.
"It (the carp population) has been here since the beginning of Grand Lake" said Stephen Jacquemin, a Wright State University-Lake Campus associate professor of biology. [More