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    Wolf Hunting Update

    Vincent Szczerowski

    One of the major points of contention concerning Michigan policy in the last couple years has been the wolf hunt issue. This case in particular serves as an interesting example because there were many actors that played important roles in the wolf hunt scenario. The state legislature, state agencies, nongovernmental agencies, ...

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    Belle Isle

    Keisha Eckert

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    Effective Measures for Controlling Sea L …

    Alex Schenk

    Sea lamprey are eel-like parasites that feed off of the fluids of living adult fish. Sea lamprey feed on many species of fish but a large part of their diet consists of trout, salmon, and other large fish. Only about 40 percent of adult fish attacked by lamprey survive. ...

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    The Asian Carp Invasion

    Alex Schenk

    Asian Carp are a growing concern for the Great Lakes ecosystem. Because Asian Carp's main diet is plankton, an organism that is very low on the food chain, introduction of the invasive species to the Great Lakes could upset the balance of the delicate ecosystem. Although Asian Carp would ...

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    Invasive Species as Cuisine Concept Gain …

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    In the opinions of a few restaurant owners and policy makers, the best solution to the Asian carp problem in the Great Lakes is to eat them.

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    Pure Michigan Campaign Slated to Receive …

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    The popular "Pure Michigan" ads could receive more government funding to continue its tourism if a bill currently going through the legislature is passed.

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    How Effective is Michigan's Asian Carp M …

    It is important to note that Michigan's Asian Carp management plan is not intended to be a rapid response plan. The executive summary of the management plan clearly states that the plan is, "a comprehensive strategy for addressing the threat of Asian carps dispersing, or being introduced, into Michigan's waters." The ...

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    Great Lakes Migratory Birds Dying Becaus …

    The remains of thousands of dead gulls, loons, mergansers and other migratory birds have inexplicably washed onto the shores of Lake Michigan for years. Now some scientists are claiming they know the answer.

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    HB 4610- Michigan Trailway Legislation

    Mehak Bansil

    A recently passed House Bill has upset some organizations, especially the Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC). The Bill, is essentially a reversal of the "Michigan Trailways" Bill, which shifted the path of existing horse-riding trails in the Pigeon River Country State Forest (PRC). The new Bill, HB 4610, not only demands ...

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    State Parks

    Mehak Bansil

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    Obama pushing to bestow $475M upon the …

    Mehak Bansil

    According to The Michigan Messenger , the Obama administration has proposed to set aside $475 million in the 2010 budget to help remedy the problems the Great Lakes have been experiencing due to their increased toxicity. In addition to reducing toxicity, the money will protect wildlife and their habitats, decrease ...

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