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Sleeping Bear 'wilderness' designation is first step


Four years ago a management plan for the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore came to grief after local residents assailed some essential portions of the National Park Service's vision: proposals to close some roads and restrict access to Lake Michigan; designating some areas as "wilderness" and thus off-limits; and eliminating the state's coho planting operation on the Platte River.   more...


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How did the State of Michigan ever get into the vulnerable position of letting the park service take over sleeping bear dunes. or an State Park. I took my family up to sleeping bear dunes in 2003 and we were denied access to the top of the dunes that looks out over Lake Michigan. My wife has never seen it except in pictures and in her condition could not climb the hiil to see it. Maybe she may never. I would never give another dime to the park service again EVER!6/26/2006 3:51:33 PM
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