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Trail Creek Sea Lamprey Barrier

April 26, 2012

A barrier installed in northern Indiana’s Trail Creek will reduce the number of sea lamprey in Lake Michigan, where the blood-sucking invaders prey on fish.

Once-polluted Waterway Becoming Natural Playground

April 6, 2012

Restorating Hog Island helps turn a Great Lakes Area of Concern into a haven for fish and wildlife, including the federally endangered piping plover.

Small project creates big benefits for Wisconsin stream

March 28, 2012

The project gave fish access to two miles of invaluable spawning habitat in Troutmere Creek, a tributary of the Marengo River.

Fish passage project bolsters a steelhead fishery

March 26, 2012

A fish passage structure built in a Lake Erie tributary in Pennsylvania created a steelhead fishery and gave residents and migratory fish access.

Massive cleanup transforms lower Ashtabula River

March 23, 2012

A sediment cleanup and habitat restoration project have restored two miles of the Ashtabula River, which will help remove it from the Area of Concern list.

Streamside hatchery boosts sturgeon population

March 22, 2012

An innovative streamside fish-rearing facility allowed biologists to release 100 sturgeons in the Kalamazoo River in 2011.