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The Blueways of St. Clair County: Beautiful Water and Land Trails in the Bluewater Area of Michigan

The Blueways of St. Clair County: Beautiful Water and Land Trails in the Bluewater Area of Michigan

Huron River Water Trail - Michigan Water Trails

Huron River Water Trail - Michigan Water Trails

American Trails: Trail Resources in Michigan

American Trails: Trail Resources in Michigan

Grand River (Michigan) - Wikipedia

Grand River (Michigan) - Wikipedia

This map shows the proposed project scope of a 23-mile dredging project from downtown Grand Rapids to the Bass River inlet in northwestern Allendale Township.

This map shows the proposed project scope of a 23-mile dredging project from downtown Grand Rapids to the Bass River inlet in northwestern Allendale Township.

Communities that harnessed the Grand with dams and polluted its waters over the past two centuries now view it as a valuable natural resource.

Grand River series: The love-hate relationship with the waterway and its dams

Communities that harnessed the Grand with dams and polluted its waters over the past two centuries now view it as a valuable natural resource.

"The 8 Best Long-Haul Backpacking Trails"  100+ mile alternatives to the Appalachian, Pacific Crest, and Continental Divide Trails, that don't take 6 months to complete.

"The 8 Best Long-Haul Backpacking Trails" 100+ mile alternatives to the Appalachian, Pacific Crest, and Continental Divide Trails, that don't take 6 months to complete.

Camden Library Amphitheatre | The Amphitheatre, designed by Fletcher Steele, and the adjacent Harbor Park, designed by the Olmsted firm under the direction of Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., represent a rare interface between the two designers. Featuring Steele's revolutionary use of a bent axis in its design, the Amphitheatre was named a National Historic Landmark in March 2013. http://tclf.org/landscapes/camden-library-amphitheatre

Camden Library Amphitheatre | The Amphitheatre, designed by Fletcher Steele, and the adjacent Harbor Park, designed by the Olmsted firm under the direction of Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., represent a rare interface between the two designers. Featuring Steele's revolutionary use of a bent axis in its design, the Amphitheatre was named a National Historic Landmark in March 2013. http://tclf.org/landscapes/camden-library-amphitheatre

Huron River National Water Trail | Sponsored by Huron River Watershed Council and Pure Michigan

Huron River National Water Trail | Sponsored by Huron River Watershed Council and Pure Michigan

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