Trust wants state conservation money for Bayfield waterfront
Published 04/13/2010, Duluth News Tribune
Under the conservation plan, the property would be left in its natural state and be open to the public for recreational activities including fishing, hiking, cross-county skiing, trapping, hunting, snowshoeing, nature study, wildlife appreciation, photography and swimming.Word count: 166
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