Michigan Spicy Trout Jerky

 

We have collaborated with The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance to create a one of a kind Spicy Trout Jerky!

We start with Michigan Wild Caught lake trout caught in the deep clear blue Mackinac Water of Northern Lake Huron.

After a several day marinade in a blend of herbs and spices. We generously sprinkle the trout with red pepper flakes just before headed into the smokers. This meaty, tasty with a kick trout jerky is sure to be the best you ever had! 

For every package sold, 1 tree will be planted near West Michigan rivers.

Try our latest collaboration jerky starting Monday May 3rd!

 

      Why Trees? 

       

      -Since brook trout only survive in the cleanest and coldest of waters, they are often considered a good indicator of the health of the waterways where they live.

      -Trout are made of trees! Fallen leaves and branches provide food for stream insects which are in turn food for the trout.

      -A typical medium-sized tree can intercept as much as 2,380 gallons of rainfall per year, reducing flooding, stream bank erosion, and pollution from runoff.

      -The planting of trees means improved water quality, resulting in less runoff and erosion. This allows more recharging of the groundwater supply. Wooded areas help prevent the transport of sediment and chemicals into streams. 

       

      -Trees are great tools to use in the fight against climate change. A mature tree absorbs carbon dioxide at a rate of 48 pounds per year. In one year, an acre of forest can absorb twice the CO2 produced by the average car’s annual mileage.

       

          Michigan Arbor Day Alliance

          The Michigan Arbor Day Alliance (MADA) is a coalition of organizations and agencies dedicated to the promotion and celebration of Arbor Day throughout Michigan. Our dedication comes from our belief in the importance of trees and their role in community health and well-being.

          MADA is a program of the Eaton Conservation District in Charlotte, MI.

          Learn more here.

          Check them out on Facebook.

           

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