Forests for Fish is a project to help landowners and natural resource professionals explore the connections between land management and water quality. Forests, more than any other land use, provide abundant clean water and quality fish habitat. But we all need to do more to protect the Great Lakes and Michigan’s 11,000 inland lakes and 76,000 miles of streams. Forests for Fish helps landowners, loggers, foresters and fisheries biologists improve their forest management to protect water quality and fish habitat. Come learn what you can do with public and private forests in your neighborhood.
Forests for Fish
Michigan Department of Natural Resources