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Protecting Northern Michigan's ​Water Resources

Black River

Overview of Black River

Watershed

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Surface Area

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Shoreline

Maximum Depth

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Known Aquatic Invasive Species

 From Black Lake, located southeast of the watershed in Presque Isle County, the Black River
courses approximately 10 miles to its confluence with the Cheboygan River. The water flow is
restricted significantly for 4.3 miles between Black Lake and the Alverno Dam due to rapids in
the river. Below the dam the shore widens and the river is shallow for about 2 3/4 miles, then
becomes wide and deep as it continues its course another 2 1/2 miles to merge with the
Cheboygan River.

Sturgeon for Tomorrow
Sturgeon for Tomorrow
The purposes of Sturgeon For Tomorrow, Inc. (SFT) are to assist fisheries managers in the rehabilitation of the Lake Sturgeon, to advance education, to further other charitable, educational and scientific objectives, to engage in and facilitate scientific research furtherance of such purposes, and SFT, Inc. shall be empowered to engage in such other and further means necessary and proper to accomplish the foregoing objects and purposes.
1604 N. Black River Road, Cheboygan, Michigan, 49721
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