MSU to home U.S. Geological Survey research unit

Michigan State University has been selected to host a new fishery and wildlife science federal research unit focused on conservation and natural resource management.

The unit will study needs in Michigan and across the Great Lakes related to climate, invasive species, and wildlife diseases.

The state’s Department of Natural Resources director says Michigan has been wanting a unit for more than 30 years for better science-based management of natural resources. 

The Michigan Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit is a partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey, Department of Interior, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Michigan State University, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, and the Wildlife Management Institute.

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