Fisheries Heritage Trail Conference 2019

October 16, 2019 - October 17, 2019

Bay City, MI


Contact: Brandon Schroeder, schroe45@msu.edu, 989-354-9885

Our valuable Great Lakes fisheries (past, present, and future) can benefit

  • local museum programs,
  • enhance coastal tourism development opportunities,
  • and support community development efforts.


Learn more about Michigan’s Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Consortium projects and partnerships, including a newly launched regional fisheries heritage trail website.

This educational program is open to everyone interested in promoting maritime heritage tourism and Great Lakes stewardship.

Registration is $50 ($30 students) to participate.

  • Wednesday, Oct. 16: Activities begin at noon at Wenonah Park (downtown Bay City, on the river) and include a networking mixer, picnic (provided), and local tours; followed by Consortium business meeting (open to all), and dinner on your own.
  • Thursday, Oct. 17: We'll meet 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the Bay City State Park for our Educational Great Lakes Heritage Trails Conference.

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