(Michigan DNR)PORT HURON, Mich. — A dozen projects restoring habitat for fish and wildlife in and around Michigan’s St. Clair River have been completed. Michigan’s Department of Environmental Quality says fish, birds, turtles and pollinators like bees and monarch butterflies will benefit from the restoration work. The projects span from the upper river at Port Huron to the Lake St. Clair delta…
St. Clair River
Annual lake sturgeon survey in St. Clair River’s North Channel set to begin June 1
Cold water temperatures are allowing VHSv to continue to affect fish from the St. Clair River to Lake Erie.