Fisheries, Midwest Region
Conserving the Nature of America

Biological Stations

Biological Stations assess and control sea lamprey populations throughout the Great Lakes. The program is administered through funding from the State Department and through the Great Lakes Fishery Commission.

200 River Street
Manistee, MI 49660
Phone: 231-398-4220
Fax: 231-723-3983
Ludington Biological Station
  • Sea lamprey control in streams and rivers of Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan's lower peninsula- benefiting the ecology and economy of the area
  • Contributes to Lake trout restoration efforts in the Great Lakes
  • Provides leadership in technology with integrated pest management of sea lamprey through the use of lampricide, barriers traps, and a variety of other means to control this aquatic nuisance species
  • Maintains partnerships with state, federal, tribal, and local management agencies

3090 Wright Street
Marquette, MI 49855-9649
Phone: 906-226-6571
Fax: 906-226-3632
Marquette Biological Station
  • Sea lamprey control in streams and rivers of Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, and Michigan's upper peninsula- benefiting the ecology and economy of the area
  • Contributes to Lake trout restoration efforts in the Great Lakes
  • Provides leadership in technology with integrated pest management of sea lamprey through the use of lampricide, barriers traps, and a variety of other means to control this aquatic nuisance species
  • Maintains partnerships with state, federal, tribal, and local management agencies