Locals, dignitaries celebrate O Kun de Kun Falls project


October 28, 2019

Richard Jenkins/Daily Globe

ONTONAGON COUNTY clerk Stacy Preiss, from left, National Park Service outdoor recreation planner Luke Jordan, Ottawa National Forest Supervisor Linda Jackson, Peter Wolfe chapter president Connie Julien, U.S. Rep. Jack Bergman and DNR deputy public information officer John Pepin cut a ribbon to mark the completion of a project to improve the accessibility of the trail to O Kun de Kun Falls near Bruce Crossing.


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BRUCE CROSSING - A crowd gathered at the trailhead parking lot for O Kun de Kun Falls near Bruce Crossing Saturday for a ribbon cutting to mark the completion of a project to improve the hiking route to the waterfall.

"I think it's a testament of just what we can get done when we work together. Now we have a situation where the resource has been taken care of - this trail is now accessible to so many that in the past it wouldn't have been - and we've just improved the recreational experience for pretty much everybody who enjoys the northern for...

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