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Journey to Explore the Fiborn Karst Preserve in Michigan's U.P.
...timeless nature..overtaking... enveloping...past human's exploits... let go surrender to the flow... of mother nature's show.... The 480-acre preserve, purchased by the MKC in 1987, was the site of a limestone quarry from 1905 to 1936 which supplied high-calcium limestone to Algoma Steel in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Remnants of the quarry still visible today include the railroad house and ore-car loader in the heart of the old quarry, foundations of employees’ houses along Fiborn Quarry Road and the foundation of the boarding house. The limestone outcrops throughout the preserve are part of the Niagara Escarpment, a band of resistant rocks (mostly Silurian dolomite) ringing Michigan’s lower peninsula from the hills of Wisconsin’s Dorr Peninsula through Michigan’s upper peninsula to Ontario’s Niagara Falls and beyond. The band was pushed up like the sides of a bowl as sediment and new rock collected in the Michigan Basin, forming the state’s lower peninsula. Karst features such as sinks, springs and caves were formed by water from swamps and streams south and west of the preserve dissolving limestone along joints and bedding planes in the escarpment as it drained underground toward Hendrie River to the north and east. A major feature of the preserve is Hendrie River Water Cave, Michigan’s longest known cave, with about 1,500 feet of mostly high, narrow passage with a stream running along the floor. more: http://caves.org/conservancy/mkc/preserve_fiborn.html
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Squatters Claiming Ownership of Abandoned Houses a National Trend
A detailed look into the practice of adverse possession and links to anti-government groups.
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Michigan Karst Conservancy, Hendrie River Water Cave
Visit to Hendrie River Water Cave during the Summer Meeting of the Michigan Karst Conservancy.
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Trout Lake Sled Trip 2016
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Here & Now for Thursday 23 March 2017
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Sharper Focus/Wider Lens: What's UP: The Past, Present and Future of Michigan's Upper Peninsula
This trans-disciplinary conversation, sponsored by the MSU Honors College, included: Randy Schaetzl, Department of Geography; Wenona Singel, College of Law; John Beck, School of Human Resources & Labor Relations; and Scott Winterstein, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife. More information is available at http://honorscollege.msu.edu/sharper-focuswider-lens.
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