Fish Ladder Park

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Est. 1974

Local sculptor Joseph Kinnebrew’s Grand River Sculpture was heralded as the “marriage of arts of environmental concerns” and allows people to engage with the fish run in an architecturally designed space.  Costing $90,000, many agencies, including the National Endowment of the Arts provided funding for the walkupon sculpture.  In 1976, it was awarded the Michigan Week Community Achievement of the Year Award, the first ever for sculpture.

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