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The KLT, not the feds, got land use right

October 15, 2013
The Daily Mining Gazette

In past few days we've seen both good and bad examples of managing lands for public use. The Keweenaw Land Trust showed us once again how a dedicated entity, working independently but cooperatively, can preserve recreational land without government interference and intervention. As featured in Meagan Stilp's Page 1 story Monday, dedication ceremonies were held Saturday at the KLT's newest acquisition, a 10-acre parcel in Houghton County which includes the popular Hungarian Falls.

 
 
 

 

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