Points North, Ep. 27: Saving sturgeon
This week on Points North, tribes try to bring sturgeon back to Michigan’s waters. Plus one man realizes his dream of running a curling league.
Baby sturgeon released to boost population
Sturgeon are a prehistoric fish that can live up to 100 years old, but overfishing and habitat destruction has decimated their population across the state.
Baby sturgeon were released last weekend as part of a joint effort between the state, tribes and conservation groups to restore populations of this ancient fish.
Curling excitement sweeping through Leelanau County
Maple City might not seem like the most obvious place to build a curling rink, but for David Gersenson an old schoolhouse there seemed like a perfect place to start his dream.
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