November 9, 2015
Katy Hintzen, Michigan State Univeristy Extenstion, 9 November 2015 – There are more than 300 dams in the Saginaw Bay watershed. These structures were originally built for a variety of purposes including timber transportation, hydroelectric power generation, and flood management. Over the years dams have had a host of secondary impacts on river habitat in the watershed and on Great Lakes fisheries.