LARAMIE — Habitat work recently completed on the Laramie River has had the side effect of supporting native non-game fish in addition to the river’s prized brown trout.

Research work conducted by University of Wyoming professor Frank Rahel and former graduate student Jessica Dugan found the river’s restoration projects benefited both native and non-native species. Their work was published in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management earlier this fall.

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