Cottonwood Slough-Dry Run
Cottonwood Slough-Dry Run is a glaciated finger outlet of the world's largest Pleistocene glacial lake. The site contains a completely undisturbed wetland complex including potholes, streams, shallow open water, lakes, and marsh.
Year designated: 1975
Ownership: State, Private
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