Arctic Grayling Restoration Project attempts to recover the native population at Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge.
Over the last several years, fisheries scientists have designed a plan to protect the dwindling native population of the Arctic Grayling at the Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge. Upper Red Rock Lake is the southern-most portion of their North American Range and the goal is to increase the chances of survival of this species of fish in this watershed. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced in August 2014 that the Arctic Grayling will not be listed under the Endangered Species Act. Read more here.