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Wild Caught and Close to Home: Selecting and Preparing Great Lakes Whitefish A Healthy Marsh
A compilation of recipes and cooking techniques using lake Whitefish, a wild and native species of the Great Lakes. With the constantly shifting water levels and conditions a wide variety of birds, plants and animals can take advantage of the habitat. Because of this diversity and the presence of rich soils, wetlands provide shelter and homes to not just larger mammals and birds, but also insects, invertebrates, bacteria, algae and decaying plants. Combined, these smaller organisms create a solid foundation for a rich food chain.

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Restoring the Marsh: Phragmites Removal and Monitoring An Introduction to Michigan Watersheds for Teachers, Students and Residents
Great Lakes marshes are valuable wetland habitats, full of nutrients that help support diverse plant and animal life. They also provide ecological services such as water filtration and flood protection along the coast. However, many marsh habitats are threatened by pollution, development and non-native aquatic invasive species, like Phragmites.

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*Max of 20 copies per order.
A guide to understanding Michigan's watersheds, why they are important and how they function.