Watercraft inspection is a legislative rule established in Minnesota in 1992 that involves having inpectors visually and tactilely inspect water-related vessels and equipment for the presence of invasive species clininging to their surfaces. Inspectors have the authority to remove any invasive plant species found, or prohibit the launching or use of equipment if the owner refuses to remove the invasive species. The goal of this legislation is to reduce the spread of invasive aquatic plants.

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