The Great Lakes Bay Region is the largest watershed in Michigan, making it a place rich with natural resources. Between the four counties, approximately 200 square miles of the region is water. Nine different rivers intertwine between the four counties and drain into the Saginaw Bay which is connected to Lake Huron.
The abundance of water and other natural resources in the region created a point of convergence for people. It is where entrepreneurs, resources and business meet to bring industries to life, reinventing the economy over and over again.
This is a place to explore what people of diverse backgrounds and cultures have come together to create- a unique and distinctive region- the Great Lakes Bay Region. Use the links below to get acquainted.
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