Ashland Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office

Established in 1972, we provide a variety of technical assistance in the areas of native species restoration, survey and assessment design, prevention, control and response to aquatic invasive species, fish passage, aquatic habitat restoration and tribal relations.

Our Species

The Ashland Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office has a diverse team prepared to assist with native fish conservation throughout the Lake Superior Watershed. Our focal species include coaster brook trout, lake sturgeon, lake trout, lake whitefish and walleye.

Visit Us

Please call ahead of your visit to set up an appointment with our staff. This will ensure that our staff is prepared to visit with you and your group. During your visit we will gladly talk with your school or civic group about our mission and the many projects we work on towards achieving it. We look forward to visiting with you soon!

Get Involved

Our volunteers are individuals who want to give back to their communities. Please call or email the office to learn about future volunteer opportunities.

Location and Contact Information