Caption: Grand Portage Native Fish Hatchery, Credit: Grand Portage Trust Lands
Image by: Grand Portage Trust Lands 
Grand Portage Native Fish Hatchery 

Restoring Native Fish Species: Part II

From: WTIP
Series: Dr. Seth Moore - Grand Portage Tribal Wildlife Biologist
Length: 06:47

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The Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa is working to restore native fish species to Lake Superior and inland lakes on the reservation. The band began operating a native fish hatchery in 2007. The purpose of the hatchery is to help strenghten the connection between Grand Portage tribal people and the resources upon which they subsist. This is the second in a two part discussion about restoring native fish species with tribal wildlife biologist Dr. Seth Moore.

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An interview with tribal wildlife biologist Dr. Seth Moore about restoring native fish species at Grand Portage.

 

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An interview with tribal wildlife biologist Dr. Seth Moore about restoring native fish species at Grand Portage.

 

Intro and Outro

INTRO:

The Grand Portage Band of Lake Superior Chippewa engages in fisheries and wildlife research projects throughout the year. Dr. Seth Moore leads the Biology and Environment departments at Grand Portage Trust Lands. This is the second segment in a two part discussion on restoring native fish species.

OUTRO:

That was Carah Thomas of WTIP North Shore Community Radio,in Grand Marais, Minnesota - online at wtip.org. Support for this feature comes from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.