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Frog Bay Tribal National Park

The Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa acquired 88 acres of Lake Superior transitional boreal forest and more than 0.25 miles of pristine shoreline adjacent to the Frog Bay estuary, which drains into Lake Superior. The Red Cliff Tribe plans to manage the land as the Frog Bay Tribal National Park, which will be open to both Tribal and non-tribal members. Protecting the site will also help preserve Tribal cultural traditions and way of life. This acquisition was completed in November 2011.

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