FROM WHMI 93.5 FM:  A ‘Do Not Eat’ fish advisory has been expanded for the Huron River, now stretching all the way to Lake Erie. 

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued the expanded advisory for all fish in the Huron River in Livingston, Oakland, Washtenaw, Wayne, and Monroe Counties. Testing has detected per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances - known PFAS and PFOS chemicals. MDHHS Spokeswoman Angela Minicuci tells WHMI the advisory for the Huron River starts where North Wixom Road crosses in Oakland County and extends all the way down to Lake Erie in Wayne County. The advisory includes: 

Norton Creek (Oakland County)
Hubbell Pond, also known as Mill Pond (Oakland County)
Kent Lake (Oakland County)
Ore Lake (Livingston County)
Strawberry & Zukey Lake (Livingston County)
Gallagher Lake (Livingston County)
Loon Lake (Livingston County)
Whitewood Lakes (Livingston County)
Base Line & Portage Lakes (Livingston/Washtenaw County line)
Barton Pond (Washtenaw County)
Geddes Pond (Washtenaw County)
Argo Pond (Washtenaw County)
Ford Lake (Washtenaw County)
Bellville Lake (Wayne County)