Grant Aims to Teach Which Saginaw River Watershed Fish are Safe to Eat
MI Department of Public Health Gets Grant to Direct Educational Effort
August 11, 2004
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By: Dave Rogers
Goal of this project is to provide citizens with tools to easily identify local fish that are safe to consume.
The Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) has been awarded a $76,154 grant for a project to teach people about local fish that are safe to eat in the Saginaw River Watershed.
"This award is an excellent opportunity for MDCH t. . . . .
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