Airlifted trees create new fish habitat in a trout stream

A grant from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative helped the U.S. Forest Service complete a decade-long effort to place 1,200 large trees in a 10-mile stretch of Michigan’s Au Sable River.

The trees, which were placed in the river by a heavy lift helicopter, created new habitat for fish and other aquatic life. Read more here.

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