Michigan gets $2.3 million grant to help shorelines

LANSING, Mich. — The state of Michigan is getting more than $2 million to help protect the state's lakeshores.

It is part of a NOAA grant.

The money will be used to help slow the effects of climate change on wetlands, improve rip current forecasting and notification sytems.

Michigan has more than 3,100 miles of Great Lakes shoreline. It also helps to boost the economy by billions.


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