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October is National Seafood Month
Experience Fishtown during Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Conference
New video shows anglers how to remove stomachs for fish diet study
July news and updates from Michigan Sea Grant
MISG storm project seeks to help communities prepare for future extreme storms
Regional network honors Michigan Sea Grant with awards
2017 Summer Discovery Cruises
Student video promotes awareness of Great Lakes marine debris
Michigan Seafood Summit highlights aquaculture, commercial fisheries, and local seafood
How can we stop drownings in the Great Lakes?
  • October is National Seafood Month
  • Experience Fishtown during Great Lakes Fisheries Heritage Conference
  • New video shows anglers how to remove stomachs for fish diet study
  • July news and updates from Michigan Sea Grant
  • MISG storm project seeks to help communities prepare for future extreme storms
  • Regional network honors Michigan Sea Grant with awards
  • 2017 Summer Discovery Cruises
  • Student video promotes awareness of Great Lakes marine debris
  • Michigan Seafood Summit highlights aquaculture, commercial fisheries, and local seafood
  • How can we stop drownings in the Great Lakes?

October is National Seafood Month

Michigan fish producers offer a wide variety of products for consumers.

By Ron Kinnunen

October is National Seafood Month which is a great time to spotlight sustainable fisheries and the fishery products they provide to the consumer. In Michigan, both locally produced farm-raised fish, as well as wild-caught Great Lakes fish, are available for consumers. Michigan aquaculture producers supply a number of food fish species for purchase at the farm gate and/or local markets and retail outlets. Most of this farm-raised fish in Michigan is rainbow trout.

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