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Conserving the Nature of America

Regional Director Tom Melius visits staff from Ludington Biological Station

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s responsibility of implementing control efforts in the Great Lakes is shared by the Marquette Biological Station on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan and Ludington Biological Station on the south shore of Lake Superior. RD Tom Melius visits staff from Ludington Biological Station in September. In the photo: (from left to right) Front Row: Cady Tyron, Lynn Kanieski, Danya Sanders, Jeff Slade; Back Row: Matt Lipps, Eric Kopperud, Tom Melius, Alex Gonzalez

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s responsibility of implementing control efforts in the Great Lakes is shared by the Marquette Biological Station on the eastern shore of Lake Michigan and Ludington Biological Station on the south shore of Lake Superior. RD Tom Melius visits staff from Ludington Biological Station in September. In the photo: (from left to right) Front Row: Cady Tyron, Lynn Kanieski, Danya Sanders, Jeff Slade; Back Row: Matt Lipps, Eric Kopperud, Tom Melius, Alex Gonzalez

Last updated: February 12, 2013