A multi-million dollar project is in the works to build a passage for fish in Frankenmuth.
Walleye and other fish will be able to swim past the site of a dam on the Cass River for the first time in 150-years.
The $3.4 million project involves the removal of a nine-foot dam and replace it with rock steps about 75 miles northwest of Detroit.
Frankenmuth is responsible for $1.4 million for the project.
Construction is expected to begin in March.