Fisheries and Aquatics Program

 

The mission of the Superior National Forest Fisheries and Aquatics Program is to enhance and restore watershed, riparian, and aquatic resources to support dependent species and habitats as well as provide for public enjoyment of these resources on National Forest System lands. This mission will be guided by National Strategic goals, Forest Plan goals and objectives, as well as Forest and District Priorities.

Learn more about the impact the Forest Service has on providing abundant and clean water.

 

Recent Aquatic Inventory, Monitoring, and Habitat Improvement Projects:

Aquatic Inventory Projects

Aquatic Monitoring Projects

Habitat Improvement Projects

Sustaining Lakes in Changing Environment - SLICE

Cooperative Stream Surveys

Stream Crossing Surveys

Cooperative Walleye Assessments

Lake Sturgeon Project

Stream and Lake Water Quality Monitoring

Spiny Water Flea Monitoring

Mercury Fire Project

Freshwater Mussel Surveys

Stream Crossing Project Monitor

Stream Crossing Improvements

Dark River Large Woody Debris

Lake and Stream Riparian Planting

Dam Removal Planning and Design





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