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This is the fourth in a series of consumer guides that describe fish and shellfish farmed in the Midwest region of the United States. (See Walleye Farmed Fish Fact Sheet, Yellow Perch Farmed Fish Fact Sheet, and Tilapia Farmed Fish Fact Sheet). The fact sheet also includes culinary characteristics, cooking tips, and a recipe for Grilled Rainbow Trout with Apricot Salsa.
- Great Lakes Sea Grant Network. 2019. Salmon and Trout of the Great Lakes: A Visual Identification Guide. IISG19-LWD-BRC-023. https://iiseagrant.org/publications/salmon-and-trout-of-the-great-lakes-a-visual-identification-guide/.
- National Audubon Society. 2002. National Audubon Society Field Guide to Fishes. Chanticleer Press, Inc.
- Stickney, R.R. 1996. Aquaculture in the United States, A Historical Survey. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 372.
- Hardy, R.W. 2002. Nutrient Requirements and Feeding of Finfish for Aquaculture (p. 186). essay, CAB Pub.
- Ladewig, K.F. and Morat, M. 1995. Rainbow Trout. Southern Regional Aquaculture Center Publication No. 224.
- EPA-FDA Advice about Eating Fish and Shellfish. Available online: https://www.epa.gov/fish-tech/epa-fda-advice-about-eating-fish-and-shellfish.
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Energy-intensive development practices contribute to increasing levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, which are leading to shifting climate patterns.
This document is available through the Purdue University Extension Education Store at: https://mdc.itap.purdue.edu/item.asp?Item_Number=ID-524-W
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This guide features a planting plan focused on natives typically found in Illinois woodlands. The plan creates year-round interest for homeowners and extends the foraging season for pollinators. Additionally, native plants help soak up rainfall and can be used in rain gardens.
A screen-reader friendly version is available here.
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This guide features a planting plan focused on natives typically found in Illinois woodland borders. The plan creates year-round interest for homeowners and extends the foraging season for pollinators. Additionally, native plants help soak up rainfall and can be used in rain gardens.
A screen reader friendly version is available here.
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