Farming and landowning efforts to protect the Great Lakes and their watersheds are getting a funding boost from the province.
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The provincial government announced it would disburse $1.9 million to 44 community-based projects designed to protect the Great Lakes.
Boaters and anglers are seeing some relief from the record high lake levels that plagued the Great Lakes over the last two years.
A Canadian/US joint initiative hopes to restore Lake Huron’s cisco population in Lake Huron, diversifying food sources for fish predators.
Chinook salmon, sometimes called king salmon, rapidly adapted to their new home and created a big-water fishing boom and a modern day sport fishing legacy.
The Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) was honoured in mid-June by the Great Lakes Fishery Commission (GLFC) for its part in controlling sea lamprey in Lake Huron.
Migratory rainbow trout, called steelhead, are highly prized trophies. They’re beautiful fish, leaping titans when hooked and a culinary delight on the plate.