A Natural Legacy

The Waters of the Great Lakes

The Great Lakes stand alone in their majesty as the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth. With nearly 1000,000 square miles of endless waters expanding 10,000 miles of shoreline from towering pine forests, expansive rolling dunes and spellbinding sandstone cliffs to historical villages and cultural epicenters, the lakes have inspired humankind for centuries. 

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