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40+ Partners and growing

This project was made possible by the foundational partnership between the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians. However, the reintroduction of Arctic Grayling would not be possible without the support and assistance from all of the Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative's partners:

Anglers of the Au Sable

Au Sable Institute of Environmental Studies

Bay Mills Indian Community

Brook Trout Coalition

Central Michigan University

City of Grayling

Conservation Resource Alliance

Consumers Energy

Crawford County Commission

Dani Knoph Wildlife Art

Delta College

Elk-Skegemog Lakes Association

Federation of Fly Fishers, Great Lakes Council

Friends of the Jordan River Watershed

Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians

Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy

Grand Valley State University

Hannahville Indian Community

Harrietta Hills Hatchery

Henry E. Wenger Foundation

Huron Pines Resource Conservation and Development

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community

Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians

Lake Superior State University

Little Manistee Watershed Conservation Council

Little River Band of Ottawa Indians

Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians

Manistee County Community Foundation

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

Michigan Department of Natural Resources

Michigan Hydropower Coalition

Michigan State University

Michigan Technological University

Michigan Trout Unlimited

Michigan TU Headwaters Chapter

Michigan TU Kalamazoo Valley Chapter

Michigan TU Marquette Chapter

Michigan TU Mason/Griffith/Founders Chapter

Michigan Wildlife Conservancy

Northern Michigan University

Sault Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians

Senator Stabenow

The Nature Conservancy

Traverse City Rotary Camps & Services

Traverse City Rotary Charities

Traverse Magazine

Troy Athens High School

University of Michigan

United States Fish and Wildlife Service

United States Forest Service

United States Geological Survey

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