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Protecting Northern Michigan's ​Water Resources

Name the First Sturgeon at Newly Renovated Watershed Discovery Center in Petoskey

The Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council in Petoskey has some big renovations underway to improve its education and outreach in Northern Michigan. They are currently working on renovating their front room, which was before just to space for publications and to kind of meet with our membership and people that would come in. They will soon be turning it into a Watershed Discovery Center, named after Ruth Tucker Ayers Harris, a donor who gave a bequest in order to help us further spread our message about protecting water resources here in Northern Michigan. To celebrate, you have the chance to name the first sturgeon being placed in the new Discovery Center. Our Education Manager, Eli Baker, comments on the progress of the renovations and the sturgeon naming contest that is currently happening.

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