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Topics range from fishing and hunting to history and outdoor recreation. This is a weekly feature story sent on Thursday.
The magician's trick
Meet Michigan’s forest fruit trees (some you may not have heard of)
Move over Dow Jones; we're investing in Michigan fisheries
Traveling the North Country
Water and woods: A real estate listing fish are fans of
Everything from furniture to paper to the homes we live in are made from renewable forest materials. One that doesn’t always come to mind? Clean water.
Bucket brigades bring trout to Tahquamenon River
Celebrating 75 years of making boating better
In 2022, Michigan celebrates the 75th anniversary of boating our waterways the way we enjoy it today – a modern concept involving the access and infrastructure needed for boating; launches, marinas, gas docks, locks and dams and the maintenance to keep these destinations accessible and operational.
New services coming to Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park
Park shuttles, sea kayak rentals and other amenities are coming soon to Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in the western Upper Peninsula.
One tree can make a difference
One of most satisfying ways to welcome the return of nature’s greenery, birdsong and blooms to the Midwest is to take part in the time-honored tradition of planting a tree around the Arbor Day holiday, which falls on April 29 this year.