As northern Michigan beaches get more crowded in the summertime, some people are flocking to small beaches off the beaten path. Read and hear the full story by Interlochen Public Radio.
Numerous organizations and governmental agencies are working to identify, control, and/or eradicate Michigan’s worst invasive species while scientists, field workers, and ordinary citizens are using various means to address the situation. Read the full story by The Northern Express. Read the full story Tags: Daily News
Recovering America’s Wildlife Act would provide states, territories and tribes with $1.4 billion annually to protect important species and their associated habitats.
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The City Council has scheduled a special meeting for Friday, Aug. 13, a session two members have called for to discuss Flint’s pending connection to the Genesee County water system and plans to blend that water with the city’s primary supplier, the Great Lakes Water Authority. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full…