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Project F.I.S.H Detach

Michigan's Project F.I.S.H. (Friends Involved in Sportfishing Heritage) was created to initiate and provide fishing education and fishing skills to interested adults and youth from Michigan's many diverse populations. This will preserve a natural heritage that ensures the future of fishing, which includes natural resources and environmental awareness, ethical fishing practices, fisheries stewardship, and positive developmental activities for children, families, and the community.

The Michigan Project Fish program will work through a statewide committee with representatives from: Michigan 4-H Youth Programs, Michigan State University Dept. of Fisheries & Wildlife, Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources Fisheries Division, Michigan United Conservation Clubs, recreation departments, service organizations, sportfishing industries/retailers, volunteers, and many others.

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White-tailed Deer Research Detach
White-tailed DoeThis project will examine deer movement patterns, impacts of hunting and other factors that contribute to deer mortality, and outcomes of deer-human interactions (e.g., deer consumption of crops, wildlife viewing; deer-vehicle collisions).
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