Kenny explores Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve

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A former dredge disposal site in Cleveland is now home to an array of plants and animals.

The Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve, located next to Gordon State Park, sits on what used to be Dike 14. From 1979 to 1999, sediments dredged from the Cuyahoga River and Cleveland harbor were deposited there.

The Cleveland Lakefront Nature Preserve is now open to the public.

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