The Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative Action Plan has been completed by compiling each core team's goals and objectives, sending the document out for review by the partnership and incorporating the comments and edits proposed.
The Action Plan is the result of multiple meetings of the partners where ideas, questions and information gaps were identified and then condensed into four main focus areas. These areas consist of research, management, fish production and outreach and education.
The Action Plan was officially presented at the Natural Resources Commission meeting held in Lansing on Thursday, July 13. Both DNR and LRBOI representatives were on hand to share details.