The lifeblood of our coastal communities

Across Southwest Michigan, commercial and recreational harbors serve as the lifeblood of our coastal communities, enhance regional and local economic development, and support local job growth. From New Buffalo to South Haven, these harbors power our local economies and ensure goods and resources are efficiently transported and delivered.

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