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Duluth Scavenger Hunt Highlights Lake Superior's Importance

Updated: 07/13/2014 5:48 PM
Created: 07/13/2014 5:41 PM WDIO.com

A scavenger hunt surrounding the importance of Lake Superior kicked off on Sunday.

"Superior Scavenge: Follow the Flow" is a scavenger hunt designed to highlight the importance of Lake Superior and its watershed. Minnesota's Lake Superior Coastal Program (MLSCP) is putting it on.

The hunt takes place within the city limits of Duluth and all the clues carry messages about human uses, impacts and natural features of Lake Superior.

The hunt goes through Sunday, July 20. Clues are available on the MLSCP Facebook page and website.

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