This week on Points North, we dive into the restoration of the Boardman River since three dams were removed. The story ties into the thousands of aging dams in Michigan. Many are more than 50 years old, and some aren’t safe. Removing them is good for floodplains and native fish, but it costs money — sometimes more than is available.
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