Thunder Bay International Film Festival explores Great Lakes issues, ocean exploration, maritime heritage and more.
Regier credits MSU with helping to build cooperative network of fisheries scientists
Over the holidays, you may have seen the Star of Bethlehem in many Christmas floral arrangements. Its name alone signifies its meaning but it’s simple beauty also helps the bloom stand out as a cut flower.
Even in the wintertime, nature is just one more way to keep your children healthy physically, mentally and emotionally!
Trees are mostly commonly identified by their leaves but how are they identified in the winter? It is still possible with some easy investigations youth can lead!
Citizen science projects are a wonderful way to get youth outside and engrossed in science projects while exploring, discovering and recording the outdoor environment.
Hot cocoa and hot chocolate are as different as milk chocolate and bittersweet chocolate but both are derived from the cacao tree.