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West Shore Shoppers' Guide, September 26, 2010

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HANDS-ONLEARNING
Marty Holtgren, senior inland fisheries biologist for the natural resources departmentof the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians said the students love to touch the fish.
National Science Foundation grantlinks MHS science students withLRBOI sturgeon program
BROWN TOWNSHIP — The LittleRiver Band of Ottawa Indians sturgeonrearing and release program, which hasbeen a model for inter-agency cooperationsince it began eight yearsago, has added a new level of education and cooperation.From the start, the pro-gram has required a coop-erative effort from the U.S.Forest Service, MichiganDepartment of NaturalResources and Environment,and the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians.The newest level of cooperationinvolves the Manistee High School scienceprogram as part of a global watershedprogram that is funded by the NationalScience Foundation (NSF).Marty Holtgren, senior inland fisheriesbiologist for the natural resources depart-ment of the Little River Band of OttawaIndians, started working on his doctorateat Michigan Technological University two years ago, and there he learned about theNSF-funded program that is a joint effort between Michigan Tech and several schooldistricts. He worked with Manistee HighSchool science teachers KateThomson and Kevin Postmato become a part of theprogram along with severalschools in the western UpperPeninsula and Sonora,Mexico. A primary goal of theNSF program is to helpresearch scientists bettercommunicate with non-sci-entists. Ph.D. students like Holtgren con-duct research on local, regional and global watershed science projects and work withlocal teachers to develop lesson plans toteach middle and high school students theresearch process and content knowledge.The emphasis is on hands-on, inquiry- based research approaches.
Holtgren talks with the students about the sturgeon rearing program. He talked withthe students about his career and how he enjoys making a difference. “You canhave the chance to make a difference in the environment, too,” he told them. “Don’tforget that this is your river and your watershed.”
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STORY ANDPHOTOS BY DAVE YARNELLNEWS ADVOCATE
Sunday, September 26, 2010 • www.westshoreshoppersguide.comCopyright©2010
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2 • WEST SHORE SHOPPERS GUIDE • Sunday, September 26, 2010
 
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Last week approximately 135 Manistee High Schoolbiology students visited thesturgeon rearing facility atthe Rainbow Bend accesssite on the Big ManisteeRiver in three shifts of 30-50 students each. They were in a hurry to visit thefacility because the current“class” of about 80 juvenilesturgeon will be releasedduring a special ceremony Saturday that will includetours and other festivities atthe Rainbow Bend AccessArea from 2:30 until 3:30p.m., a discussion of thetribe’s sturgeon rehabilita-tion project at 3:30 p.m.,and the release ceremony at4 p.m.Holtgren told the stu-dents who were visitingthat he has been pleasedto be a part of this projectthat is making a differencein the Manistee River. Hetalked about the uniquenessand quality of the ManisteeRiver.“There are about 10,000salmon in the river rightnow,” he told the students.“Very few rivers in theworld that are like that.Among all of those salmonare about 70 to 100 femalesturgeon. The sturgeonare something special thathardly any other commu-nity has. People have askedme, ‘why would you wasteyour time (on the stugeon)?’The reason is that we aretrying to keep somethingthat’s here, to keep theecosystem balanced. If thesturgeon were gone, a link would be missing.”Holtgren met with thestudents in the classroomearlier to talk about hiswork, and he was pleased tobe able to host them at therearing facility.“Once they walk into thetrailer, everything changes,”he said. “They understandwhat we are doing. Andwhen they actually touchone of these ancient fish,that leaves an impressionthat will last forever.“One reason that thisopportunity to work withthe students is exciting tome is that it allows me toimprove the way I commu-nicate scientific informa-tion to students to make itunderstandable, enjoyableand relevant,” he said.MHS science teach-ers Thomson and Postmaare pleased to be involvedin the National ScienceFoundation project.“We are excited to havethis special opportunity tocollaborate with Marty,”Thomson said. “Hissturgeon and biologicalresearch and the LRBOINatural Resource projectsare exciting and importantcontributions to our com-munity and our local eco-system. The most fantasticpart of this grant oppor-tunity, however, is theopportunity for our stu-dents to learn about andunderstand real science,and know real scientists,right here in Manistee. Itis also an awesome way toimprove and enhance ourhigh school’s science cur-riculum. We feel very lucky and honored to participatein the NSF 12 grant.”“This is the teachingopportunity of a lifetime,”Postma said. “Many scientists don’t get theopportunity to participatein a National ScienceFoundation grant, let alonescience teachers. While itis personally exciting, thereal value is in how our work will make biology lessons more interestingand more engaging forstudents. We are fortunateto live in Manistee County  where the opportunities tostudy biology in our back- yards is endless.” Alex Mayer, director of the Michigan Tech Centerfor Water and Society, saidthat one of the goals of theprogram is to demonstrateto K-12 teachers and stu-dents how scientists doresearch.“We also hope that this will lead to more studentschoosing to go into sci-ence, technology, engi-neering and mathematicsand that it will enhancethe teaching of science atour partner schools,” hesaid.
Holtgrensaid thatvirtuallyall of thestudentsenjoyedseeingthe smallsturgeonin the rear-ing tanks.Water ispiped tothe tanksfrom theManisteeRiver to besure thatwhatever it is in thewater thatimprintsthe fish tothe particu-lar locationleads themback.Brennan O’Keefe (left) snaps a photo of a sturgeon while Justin Peck looks on.Marty Holtgren, who is holding the fish, said he hates when people call them ugly.He prefers to think of them as unique, and says they are a “genetically unique for a species that has lived here for 10,000 years.”
Sunday, September 26, 2010 • WEST SHORE SHOPPERS GUIDE • 3
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 AUCTION SALE
October 2, 2010 AT 10:00 A.M.
Walkerville, MI
Directions:
From US 31 (Hart exit), East on Polk Rd. (8 miles) to 144th, North (2 miles) to Har-rison Rd., 2½ miles East to sale site, 5199 E. Harrison Rd.
OR
1¼ miles West of Walkerville.Watch for signs.2 Tool Benches, 2 Tool Boxes, Cement Mixer (electric motor), Electric Chain Saw, 3 DrawerSteel Cabinet, Large qty. of electric fence posts, Fence Post Driver, Dehumidifier, Fifth WheelJack, 3 sets of Golf Clubs w/Bags, Golf Bag Cart, Bissell Steam Cleaner, Oak Cradle withDoll, 2 End Tables and Coffee Table, Phono Record Storage Cabinet, Antique Chest of Drawers,Antique Dresser with Mirror, Battery Chargers, Electric Blower, Air Compressor, Apt. sized Re-frigerator, Push Mower, “Salamander” Heater, Antique Drill Press, Keg Beer Cooler, Weed Eat-ers, Hydraulic Jacks, Screen Door Closers new, Locks for Screen Doors, Picture Frames, DVDPlayer, Computer Monitor, 4 Antique School Desks, Magazine Rack, Baby Crib and Mattress,Pots/Pans, Answering Machine, Books, Pillows, Oil Lamps, Decorative Shelves, Snow ConeFactory, Blankets, Linens, Collective Books, Old LP’s and VHS tapes, Wheel Chair, AntiqueBox, Barn Shelf, Baby Gate, Shop Light, Cassette Player, Humidifier, Baby Car Seats, MusicBoxes, Duffel Bag w/Wheels, Map of the States, Books, Covered Wagon Lamp, Vintage Games,Grinding Wheel, Mirror, 4 ft. Wide Roller, Flower Seeds, Flower Pot Stands, Plant Boxes, 2Sprayers, 3 & 5 Way Plugs, Lawn Edging, Fire Pit, 2 Old Folding Chairs, Ice Cooler, Water HoseReel w/300’ Hose, Assorted Lawn Ornaments, Multi-gang Extension Cords MANY, 2 fiber opticsnowmen, automated gift boxes, Outside Christmas Lights, Lighted Wreath, Lighted Penguin,Many Timer & Stake Flood Lights, Lighted Geese, Fiber Optic Trees, Animated Seasaw, LightedSanta w/Reindeer, 2 Boxes Light Walkway Trees, Rope Lights, Remote Timers, Lighted GarlandTree Light Wraps, 2 Animated Deer, 9 Animated Reindeer, Holographic Snowmen, 2 - 4 ft.Fiber Optic Trees, Bells, Swag Light, Candy Canes, Shooting Star, Lighted Train, 2 AnimatedPenguins, White Decorated 7-1/2 ft. Tree, Holographic Tree, Hand Made Life Sized Nativity Set,Lighted Eskimo/Dog Sled, Animated Polar Bear, Lighted Igloo.
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Sales Service That Satisfies • Complete Auction Service
5009 E. Harrison Rd., Walkerville, MI 49459Auctioneer: John Herremans 231-873-2517 • Michelle VanKeuren 231-924-5672
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