Great Lakes reefs are critical spawning habitat for Great Lakes fish but are being buried by invasive mussels and sediment from farm run-off. Scientists and fishery managers are trying to stop fish populations from shrinking by building new artificial reefs and researching other potential fish habitat solutions. Read the full story by the Chicago Tribune.
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