Ridges Sanctuary-Toft's Point-Mud Lake Area
Ridges Sanctuary-Toft's Point-Mud Lake Area is a series of sand ridges and swales with associated boreal forest and bog vegetation. The site contains unusually high species diversity, as well as the best mixed stand of large red and white pine, hemlock, and northern hardwoods on the western shore of Lake Michigan.
Year designated: 1967
Ownership: State, Private
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