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Kelley Renz

Eco-tourism is no small thing. Eagle Marsh is a great step toward the opportunity to market Fort Wayne and area in this regard. I'm traveling to Kearney, Nebraska this month for the annual Sandhill Crane migration. This area has built itself up around bird-watching, taking advantage of its natural resources. Fort Wayne has the potential of marketing this to its advantage. The increase in Huntington's bald eagle population will help a great deal. It's part of our go-green mentality. It's poor-economy friendly. And it takes its rightful place beside our minor league sports, our fantastic zoo, our churches, and our library.
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