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GLIN==> Latest Issue of Upwellings Now Online

Title: Latest Issue of Upwellings Now Online
October 28, 2003
Contact: Joyce Daniels, Editor, (734) 647-0766 or joydan@umich.edu

The latest issue of Michigan Sea Grant's newsletter upwellings is now online:

Consensus Critical in Developing Great Lakes Restoration Plan
More than 80 participants joined forces to help identify Great Lakes restoration priorities at a September workshop sponsored in part by Michigan Sea Grant.

Marketing Great Lakes Whitefish
Traditional wholesale markets for Great Lakes whitefish have narrowed in recent years. The situation has inspired some in Michigan's commercial fishing industry to explore creative alternatives to promote and market Michigan's biggest commercial catch. 

The Next Generation
Citizen fisheries leaders learn about Lake Huron at Michigan's first meeting of the Great Lakes Sea Grant Fisheries Leadership Institute.

The Life of the Lakes: A Guide to the Great Lakes Fishery
Science, history and management of Great Lakes fisheries come together in the newly revised edition of The Life of the Lakes. The comprehensive 56-page booklet and poster feature numerous illustrations, diagrams and photos.

Michigan Clean Marinas Program
The Michigan Clean Marinas program has officially begun, promoting cost-effective best management practices designed to protect and enhance the environment.

Upwellings is a quarterly publication of Michigan Sea Grant. See: http://www.miseagrant.umich.edu

Michigan Sea Grant, a cooperative program of the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, is dedicated to the protection and sustainable use of Great Lakes resources. Michigan Sea Grant is funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. See NOAA at http://www.csc.noaa.gov.