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Olivia Williams

Olivia Williams is a master’s student in the Department of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Michigan. This summer she is the Watershed Assessment...
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PFAS and the Rouge River

What are PFAS? PFAS, or Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl substances, are a group of 4700 different chemicals used in industrial products since the 1940s. They can...
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Bug Hunts During COVID-19

See COVID-19 Policy UPDATE – ADDENDUM Post September 21, 2021 Because any in-person contact risks spreading the disease, Friends of the Rouge requires all participants...
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Black bullhead

Ameiurus melas Black bullhead Distribution black dots = sampling sites; red blocks = species present

Bowfin

Amia calva The bowfin is the only member of an ancient line of fish that lived during the time of the dinosaurs. Found in vegetated...
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