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The goals identified in this Focus Area are intended to educate Michigan’s public on the many steps of this initiative. We also wish to gain public support by providing information on the significance of this effort and engage Michigan’s citizens and visitors to become responsible and informed stewards to assure the program’s success. 


To be successful, a variety of methods will be employed including an informational website, promotional videos and use of media outlets, and potentially educational modules for students or in-person outreach by project partners. 

Outreach and Education Goals:

  1. Promote an informed, supportive and engaged public.

  2. Develop information to reach multiple and diverse audiences.

  3. Identify collaborative partners and their roles.

  4. Create a stewardship plan that engages the public and will protect and help sustain this species.

For more detailed information on the Outreach and Education Focus Area, please view the Action Plan section for Outreach and Education.

Watch the
Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative documentary

produced by Troy Athens High School Students

Classroom setting for "Michigan Grayling 101" educational session
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