Wayne State University – RiverWalkers Progam

Urban waterways like the Detroit River contain legacy toxins that are stored in the fat of fish feeding there years after the polluting source has been eliminated. Fish consumption advisories have proven largely ineffective with low-income people of color who are more likely to fish for consumption than for sport. Specially trained “riverwalkers,” anglers who also fish for consumption, are helping educate their peers through the Wayne State University Riverwalkers Program.

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