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The Battle for Bad River

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The Battle for Bad River
“Water is life” takes on new meaning at the Kakagon-Bad River Sloughs. Here, the water itself feels alive. The 10,000-acre wetland on the southwestern shore of Lake Superior is an ever-changing landscape of marshes, bogs, and lagoons. Cedar and pine forests give way to fields of aquatic grasses like wild rice, which filter nutrient-rich sediment from upstream waterways and even the lake itself. Muskrats slosh among the cattails, endangered piping plovers nest on nearby beaches, and sturgeon and walleye lay eggs in the calm shallows. These are the lungs of Lake Superior, and you can feel them breathing.
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