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Indiana Dunes State Park, created in 1923 and joined in 1966 by the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, provides a 14,200-acre preserve for more than 1,400 plants and animals native to the county. Lake Michigan’s beaches and dunes, many of which are part of the park system, provide a summer retreat.
This sculpture depicts thick beach grass growing atop the crest of a grooved sand dune. The texture of this piece is sand-like, with bronze grass atop the dune that will gradually turn green over
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