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Michigan Conservation Magazine, Vol. 37, No. 1 (January-February, 1968)

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Michigan Conservation Magazine, Vol. 37, No. 1 (January-February 1968)

Publisher: Michigan Department of Conservation
Copyright: January-February, 1968
Pages: 32
Condition: Fair
Genres: Ecology, Periodicals, Catalogs, and Journals, Michigan

Some foxing/staining on the back cover. There is some water damage at the top of the spine, affecting the sections of the pages touching that corner. It has just made those areas wrinkled, without much discoloration or obscuring of the pictures and text. There is a small pencil mark by the table of contents. The pages have some very minor toning. Otherwise, the pages are clean and in good condition.

The articles in this magazine are focused on environmental issues in Michigan, such as pesticides, logging, and fish hatcheries. There is also an article on skate sailing reprinted from North Dakota OUTDOORS magazine. There are photos and illustrations throughout.

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