Streamside incubator could help restore grayling to Michigan
By Danielle James, Great Lakes Echo
As several groups of researchers race to bring back Great Lakes grayling, one program recently got a big assist with a $70,000 grant.
The project hopes to find the best design for an incubator to produce the fish that hasn’t been in Michigan waters since 1936. It is part of a multi-step effort by the Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative, a collaboration of more than 40 partners to make the fish self-sustaining in the Great Lakes.
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