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Calumet Heritage Area promoters say ‘now is the moment’

The south shore of Lake Michigan is well-known for the dramatic contrast between its pristine shoreline and man-made industry, and as home to a multitude of plant life that makes it an ecological meeting point of similar drama.

Added to that is the rich diversity of the Calumet Region’s residents, the result of waves of migration that built a population totaling about 1.5 million, spread between two states and among 71 municipalities.

These apparently disparate elements combine to equal more than the sum of the parts, in the view of a group that’s spent years putting together a proposal to create a Calumet National Heritage Area…Please click here to read Andrew Steele’s story in the Times.

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