ROYAL OAK, Mich. — To understand how a 9-year-old boy became a champion of a fish that hasn’t been in Michigan for 85 years, we should first tell you about the love between the boy
The move comes almost two years after a federal appeals court faulted the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for arbitrarily dismissing threats to grayling from climate change and other pressures.
Grayling are native to Michigan but died out because of logging and overfishing.
It’s part of a longtime effort to restore Arctic grayling in Michigan waters.
Consumers Energy Foundation awards grant to support Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative.