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Beneath the Surface: Invasive Species and the Great Lakes - Boats&Places
By Mike Milne As a child growing up on the Lake Huron shore, the spring die-off of alewives – making a fishy stinking mess of otherwise pristine beaches – was an annual event. A variety of herring that we called shad, those dead alewives were my first encounter with a Great Lakes invasive species. Later, …