Michigan Council of Trout Unlimited Condemns Pigeon River Fish Kill
On June 22nd 2008, a massive fish kill occurred on the Pigeon River in northern Michigan east of Vanderbilt. A discharge of sediment and water from a dam is being blamed for the fish kill. The Michigan Council of Trout Unlimited voted to condemn this event at their quarterly meeting on July 12th and authorized the Executive Committee to investigate potential legal action.
For further information, here are a couple of links to news articles:
Fish Kill in Pigeon River blamed on dam.
Detroit News: State Officials Meet over Fish Kill
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