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Grapes - Michigan ranks #4 in grape production, growing 102.7 tons of grapes valued at $21.8 million, harvested from more than 12,000 acres of vineyards. Honey - It is estimated that Michigan has between 1,200 and 1,500 beekeepers and about 100,000 summer bee colonies. Producers gathered a total of 5.1 million pounds of honey in 2011, ranking Michigan 7th nationally, with a value of $8.3 million.
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Known for its scenic rural setting, Shelby Township provides many larger single-family homes on generous lots. Newcomers who are looking for an idyllic environment will discover a number of attractive subdivisions that feature the natural beauty of man-made lakes and heavily wooded property. Like many corners of Macomb County, Shelby Township is experiencing rapid growth and development. The school district is already ranked the fourth largest in Michigan.
Shelby provides a rare quality of life for the 21st century: Award-winning and magnificent grounds, the relaxed pace and luxurious acreage of rural living, and close proximity to major population centers. Served by the major thoroughfare of M-59 as it cross the southern border of the community, the township maintains an efficient link to nearby Utica and Sterling Heights. Not as well-known as Detroit or Ann Arbor, the city of Sterling Heights has emerged as a leading center for commerce, culture, and education. The community is home to the Macomb University Center of Macomb Community College and the Sterling Center of Wayne State University.
Recreational opportunities for Shelby Township residents are outstanding, enhanced by accessibility to state and local parklands. Hiking, cycling, rock-climbing, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, boating, camping, and even downhill skiing are available in a number of convenient locations throughout southeastern Michigan. Among the local highlights are the Heritage Gardens, Mae Stecker Park, Whispering Woods Park, Stony Creek Metropark, and the premier 1,200-acre River Bends Park.
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