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DUNE PARTY: A new map of Michigan’s sand dunes and a study of their economic value will be discussed by sand dune lovers, managers and policymakers Thursday. We talk to some of the keynote speakers expected at the Michigan Coastal Dunes Symposium 2019: Learning to Live in Dynamic Dunes. And they reveal some of the state’s most popular dunes. By Helen Korneffel. FOR HOLLAND, LUDINGTON, TRAVERSE CITY, PETOSKEY AND ALL POINTS.
W/DUNE PHOTO1: Van Buren State Park 2008. Credit Alan Arbogast
W/DUNE PHOTO2: Van Buren State Park 2014. Credit Alan Arbogast