Kona Dolomite – (co-na doe-low-mite)


Dolomite is a type of rock closely related to limestone. Kona is where it is from, a range of hills in Michigan's upper peninsula.


Dolomite is a calcium-magnesium carbonate. It is usually pink or white and has curved faces. Dolomite is limestone with magnesium added. It is used for building stones and for making refractory bricks for furnace linings.


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