Volunteer leader training program inspires Michigan residents to engage in local conservation efforts.
Michigan Conservation Stewards Program partners explain how graduates jumpstart conservation activities at the local level.
With so much focus on exotic pests when they move into our forest resources, there is a tendency to overlook damage from native species, such as the sugar maple borer.
Michigan forests are growing older with larger trees covering more acres according to inventory statistics that reveal a dynamic and ever-changing resource.
Forests are under constant threat from current pests, and more pests are always on the horizon; forest owners and those interested in forests can help reduce negative impacts by learning about forest health issues.
Bringing fresh greenery into your home around the holidays is environmentally friendly and healthy for you and your family.
Several farms in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula have gained MAEAP certification recently, demonstrating commitment to farming in an environmentally sound manner.