Infosuperior’s November podcast explores the threat to critical Lake Superior fish habitat at Buffalo Reef on the east side of Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula. Buffalo Reef, near the town of Gay, Michigan, is in the direct path of “stamp sands” slowly migrating across the lake bottom. This residual material from historical mining and mineral processing is moving ever-closer to critical Lake Superior fish habitat at Buffalo Reef (closer view of location). In this audio interview Bill Mattes of the Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Commission provides an overview of the Buffalo Reef situation and potential actions for resolution.
Podcast: Critical Fish Habitat Endangered on Superior’s Buffalo Reef
Posted on: November 11, 2015