Mich. works to convert mining site into grassland habitat

08/11/2014 | Detroit Free Press

A dormant sand and gravel mine in Michigan could soon become home to a number of endangered birds under a plan being pursued by the state's Department of Natural Resources. The state is soliciting bids from contractors willing to take on the project in exchange for the right to remove and sell about 5 million tons of sand from the site.

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