Shifting Sands: The Restoration of the Calumet Area

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

I AM GRATEFUL FOR THE SUPPORT AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE following individuals: Dustin Anderson, Erin Argyilan, Peter Avis, Nicole Barker, Geof Benson, Eric Bird, Scott Bocock, Eric Bottger, Mark Bottger, Lee Botts, whose idea it was to write this book, Mark Bouman, Joel Brammeier, Brian Breidert, Casey Bukro, Brad Bumgardner, Jennifer Caddick, Dorreen Carey, Kelly Carmichael, Young Choi, Candace Clark, Peter Clevering, Bradley Cook, Carole Cornelison, Spencer Cortwright, Steve Coxhead, Erin Crofton, Bob Daum, Therese Davis, Rick DeChantal, Tom Desch, Tom Easterly, Alicia Ebaugh, Eric Ehn, Jim Erdelac, Jeff Farkas, John Fekete, Meghan Forseth, Meredith Gramelspacher, Dale Heinze, Walt Helminski, Gregg Hertzlieb, Tricia Hodge, John Hodson, Eva Hopkins, Amber Horbovetz, Paula Isolampi, Elizabeth Johnson, Brian Kallies, Matthew Keene, Tom Keilman, Anne Koehler, Gayle Kosalko, Anicia Kosky Kris Krouse, Barb Labus, Paul Labus, Carolyn Lohman, Mark Loomis, Kathy Luther, Richard Lytle, Diana Mally, Jeff Manuczak, Steve McShane, John Mengel, Nick Meyer, Susan MiHalo, Marie Min, Peg Mohar, Kelly Mullaney, Paul Nelson, Caitie Nigrelli, Kelly Nissan-Budge, Ron Novak, Michele Oertel, Noel Pavlovic, Trent Pendley, Aaron Pigors, Dan Plath, Jolice Pojeta, Heather Pritchard, Herb and Charlotte Read, Mark Reshkin, Jeanne Robbins, Ronald Robbins, Jeanette Romano, Mike Ryan, Scott Sandberg, Carrie Sanidas, Rana Segal, JoAnne Shafer, Steve Shook, Candice Smith, Ashley Snyder, Russell Snyder, Donna Stuckert, Jim Sweeney, Kim Swift, Ellen Szarleta, Damon Theis, Gayle Tonkovich, Kim Torp, Ron Trigg, Clay Turner, Marcy Twete, John Watkins, Cindy Watson, Sarah Weaver,

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