Michigan DNR gives $1.7M in grants for state fish, aquatic systems

Fish sticks, also known as shoreline woody habitat structures, will be among several conservation projects on Michigan lakes and streams funded by $1.7 million in grants. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is awarding the fisheries habitat grants for projects that will rehabilitate and protect valuable fish habitats that provide the foundation for Michigan’s world-class fisheries. Read the full story by The Detroit News.

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