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As 2016 winds down, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources concludes its year-long celebration marking the 40th anniversary of the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund. Since its inception in 1976, the Trust Fund has bankrolled more than 2,000 projects – providing funding to local units of government and the DNR to purchase land and land rights or developing outdoor recreation projects.
White-nose syndrome is a disease that has killed millions of bats in eastern North America already,” said Maartin Vonhof, a professor of biological sciences at Western Michigan University. State, federal and academic biologists have been working hard to try and come up with treatments that will make a difference and save the lives of bats. One research project is taking place in two remote abandoned mines in the western Upper Peninsula.
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