Michigan Sea Grant has identified some tips and online tools to help communities assess their risks from extreme storms and determine what steps they might take to reduce stormwater impact.
Knowledge about the age composition of fish populations is essential for effective management. It provides the fisheries manager with information about the condition of the fish, how long they live, their age at certain critical periods.
This bulletin is primarily for the present or prospective owner of a Michigan pond where the main goal is sport fishing—for the owner, his or her family, and a few friends.
Imagine flying over the shoreline of western Lake Erie and seeing a mile-wide swath of grasses and bulrushes rippling in the winds. As the plane passes, thousands of waterfowl rise and take flight to a distant edge of the marsh.
In 2008, the Michigan Legislature enacted historic new laws to manage large quantity water withdrawals using hydrologic and ecological sciences as the framework for policy development.
Michigan’s abundance of inland lakes provides seasonal and year-round waterfront living for many Michigan citizens.