MITU General Policy Concerning Aquaculture: MITU does not support aquaculture in Michigan or the Great Lakes unless it is strictly regulated in a way that ensures no harm to Michigan’s coldwater fisheries and their watersheds. This means that regulations for aquaculture must ensure that no impacts occur from this activity, and that all risks posed are eliminated. Private operations must not be subsidized by the public by allowing negative impacts or diminishment of our natural resources or the existing uses and benefits provided by our natural resources; nor shall the risks posed by aquaculture operations put our natural resources and their uses in any jeopardy.
Great Lakes Net Pen Fish Farming
Grayling’s East Branch Au Sable River Hatchery
Congressman Dan Kildee: Protecting Michigan’s Great Lakes, Rivers and Sport Fishing Industry