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Restoration of Michigan’s Muskegon Lake Benefiting Wildlife, Communities, Local Economy

August 22, 2013

Great Lakes restoration funds restored two miles of shoreline and habitat along Muskegon Lakes, allowing fish, turtles, shorebirds and waterfowl to return.

Marsh Restoration Protects Critical Wildlife Habitat

August 21, 2013

Removing contaminated sediments from Tobico Marsh restored prime walleye fishing and waterfowl-hunting areas in the Great Lakes.

Grants preserve scenic parcel along Lake Superior

August 21, 2013

A federally funded land acquisition will preserve 3,810 acres of forest and more than two miles of Lake Superior shoreline in Michigan.

Important marsh restored in Grand Calumet River

August 20, 2013

A $52 million project by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative cleaned up part of the Grand Calumet River and restored the 25-acre Roxana Marsh.

Chicago beach becomes more natural, attracts wildlife

August 20, 2013

Restoring twenty-one acres of sand dunes and aquatic habitat lured native plants, birds, and other wildlife back to a Chicago beach.

Large Woody Debris Restores Whittlesey Creek

August 6, 2013

Placing logs in Whittlesey Creek in Wisconsin has restored a more natural flow to the river and provided habitat for fish and wildlife.