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Scientists working to preserve Minnesota moose herd

November 23, 2012

Scientists are working on wildlife management activities near Lake Superior in an effort to sustain the moose herd in eastern Minnesota.

Scientists discover new way to trap, kill sea lamprey

November 22, 2012

A new way of trapping sea lamprey enabled scientists to kill more of the invasive species, which will bolster fish populations in Lake Huron.

Allegheny National Hatchery Renovation

November 13, 2012

The Allegheny National Fish Hatchery re-opened in 2012, seven years after a deadly fish virus and infrastructure problems forced the facility to shut down. The renovated facility, which can produce 1 million native lake trout annually, is the only hatchery dedicated to supporting struggling lake trout fisheries in Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

Removing dam opens 25 miles of river to fish

October 27, 2012

The removal of a dam in Campbellsport, Wis., opened fish passage in the uppermost 25 miles of the Milwaukee River and restored 22 acres of wetlands.

Grants preserve sandstone gorge along Lake Superior

October 27, 2012

77 acres of ecologically significant land known as Houghton Falls were preserved, including 2,200 feet of shoreline along Lake Superior’s Chequamegon Bay.