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The East Central Region of Michigan is located in the center and eastern half of the Lower Peninsula . The eastern half of the peninsula borders Lake Huron and extends into the rich plains of the Michigan Basin. Lansing, the region’s main city and the state’s capitol, is the sixth largest city in the state. Flint, Midland, Bay City, and Saginaw are also significant cities in the region. Agriculture is plentiful in the rural areas with corn, soybeans, sugar beets and hay being the most common crops. Livestock and dairy farms are prominent in this region as well.
Whether seeing the Shiawassee National Wildlife Refuge, walking the Blueways of St. Clair, or visiting one of the numerous lighthouses along the Lake Huron shoreline, there is plenty of natural beauty to be seen. Fresh vegetables and regional specialties are always on the menu in east central Michigan, thanks to the abundance of local farmers. Among the region’s main educational institutions are Central Michigan University, Michigan State University, Michigan State University College of Law, Saginaw Valley State University, and Kettering University.