Upper Red Lake Peatland
One of the largest peatlands remaining in the conterminous United States, Upper Red Lake Peatland illustrates a variety of geological features and plant associations, especially the dominant and rare string bog. The site provides outstanding habitat for wildlife including endangered species.
Year designated: 1975
Ownership: Federal, State, Indian Trust (Red Lake Tribe), Private
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