Mich. students raise, release salmon in local river

05/1/2014 | MLive.com (Michigan) (free registration)

Sixth-graders at Paw Paw Middle School in Michigan recently visited Paw Paw River to release 148 Chinook salmon raised from eggs during the Salmon in the Classroom project, sponsored by the state's Department of Natural Resources. The students started in November with 228 salmon eggs but couldn't save them all, a lesson their teacher Jane Larson said taught them about the realities of survival. "The kids are loving it and some of them never get an opportunity like this," said Paw Paw Middle School Principal Jerry McDaniel.

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