The state of Michigan used a $4.5 million grant from the U.S. Forest Service and a $1.5 million private donation to acquire a 3,180-acre parcel of land along Lake Superior that includes more than two miles of shoreline. The project will protect valuable wildlife habitat, ensure sustainable forestry practices and provide public access to an area teeming with recreational opportunities. Read more here.
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