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Beaver Island fisheries heritage explorations feature the Beaver Island Historical Society and the Central Michigan Biological Station, where you can explore fisheries heritage and Great Lakes science from an island perspective. An active Great Lakes fisheries experience, Beaver Island offers opportunities to enjoy recreational fishing experiences, see current day commercial fisheries in operation, and even get a taste of Lake Michigan fisheries at the local Beaver Island Fresh Fish Market.

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Fresh Air Beaver Island Airport office (Click to show on map)
Fresh Air Aviation offices offer fisheries heritage exhibits in way of boats.
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Indigo Guide Service (Click to show on map) Info
Circle M (Click to show on map)
A local Beaver Island restaurant that serves local Great Lakes fish dinners.
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Central Michigan University, Biological Station (Click to show on map)
Research campus with classroom and library.
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Beaver Island Fish Market (Click to show on map)
Buy local fresh and smoked fish from the waters of Beaver Island.
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Beaver Island Marine Museum (Click to show on map)
Maritime Museum
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Beaver Island Historical Society (Click to show on map)
Local Historical Society
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Shamrock Bar & Restaurant (Click to show on map)
A local Beaver Island restaurant serving local Great Lakes fish.
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Central Michigan University, Beaver Island Biological Station Boat House on Whiskey Point (Click to show on map)
Facilty for mesocosm
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A pamphlet about the history and people of Beaver Island.
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Book and oral history of fishing history and heritage, values, issues, and user conflicts on Lake Michigan
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Book series of journal and essay stories on the history of Beaver Island, published in five volumes 1976 to 2002.
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