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Sturgeon project could restore species numbers

Traditional catch once sustained native populations

June 21, 2013
Talli Nauman - Special to the Journal , The Mining Journal

DORR, Mich. - For generations untold, a colossal fish known as the name (pronounced nah' may) was crucial to survival for the indigenous people of the Great Lakes region. Well-worn paths lead to spawning grounds at the sandbar where Bear Creek meets the Kalamazoo River in Southwest Michigan.

 
 

 

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