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Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council projects making a dent in Cheboygan’s water quality issues

Nearly four years in the making, a new fishing access is finally coming to fruition. In 2018, the City of Cheboygan reached out to Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council, looking for assistance in improving Major City Park. Erosion along the Cheboygan River was something we could tackle; fishing platforms turned out to be the answer, as they keep foot traffic to a minimum and preserve river banks.
Rita Ndovie
March 3, 2022
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The Boardman-Ottaway: A River Reborn

The Boardman-Ottaway: A River Reborn is the largest comprehensive dam removal effort in Michigan’s history and one of the most significant in the Great Lakes Basin. The overall project involved removing three dams (Brown Bridge, Boardman and Sabin) on the Boardman River, originally known as the Ottaway by the Ojibwa and Odawa Native Americans.
Rita Ndovie
February 7, 2022
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The Great Lakes Fishery Trust Has a New Look

Improved functionality and content is waiting for you at GLFT.org. The site will continue to provide the same information and functionality it always has for grantees and applicants, now with improved navigation and clearer information
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November 30, 2021
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Huron Pines installs timber bridge over Hunt Creek

Conservation organization Huron Pines has completed the fourth in a series of road/stream crossing restoration projects reconnecting vital coldwater habitat on two tributaries of the Thunder Bay River. Some of the funding that made this project possible came from the GLFT.
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November 30, 2021