This is a planning document presenting four development alternatives to enhancing visitor experience at the Grand Portage National Monument. The alternatives range from doing nothing, to different degrees of reconstructed historic buildings and major interpretive programs, to a hybrid model. A brief history and background of the site is provided. The report summarizes potential environmental impacts to land and water resources for each alternative option.
National Park Service, Department of the Interior.
Grand Portage National Monument/Minnesota: Final General Management Plan/Environmental Impact Statement.
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