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Lake Michigan Coastal Program > Indiana Shipwrecks > J.D. Marshall Nature Preserve J.D. Marshall Nature Preserve

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J.D. MARSHALL NATURE PRESERVE

What is the J.D. Marshall Preserve?
What does it mean to be a nature preserve?
How will I know where the boundary of the preserve is located?
How big is the preserve?
Why protect a shipwreck?
Can I still fish in the preserve?
Why can’t I use my anchor in the preserve?
Are there other restrictions inside the preserve?
Who will watch over the preserve?
How many other shipwrecks are in Lake Michigan? Are you planning to do the same thing with them?
If I want to dive in the preserve, what do I need to know?
Are there places where I can learn to dive in Lake Michigan so I can visit the J.D. Marshall Preserve?
Is there a place where I can see images and information about the J.D. Marshall?

J.D. Marshall wreck map

This work made possible with Section 309 financial assistance to the Indiana Lake Michigan Coastal Program under Award NA09NOS4190079, NA11NOS4190094, and NA12NOS4190092 provided by the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended, administered by the Office for Coastal Management, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.