Fifty years of salmon in Michigan

Oct 30, 2014

MSU Project FISH coordinator Mark Stephens

Fall on Michigan’s waterways means it’s time for the salmon to spawn. Salmon can be found in many places, including the Red Cedar River and the Grand River.

Michigan has had an active salmon fishery since the 1960’s.

Current State’s Kevin Lavery talks with Dr. Howard Tanner, the man who started the program, and Mark Stephens, coordinator of a program called Project FISH for MSU’s Department of Fisheries and Wildlife.