Published on July 18, 2023
After a three year hiatus, Bee Palooza 2023 returns. Presented by the Entomology Department at Michigan State University, Bee Palooza is a free event for all ages where everyone can “bee” a scientist.
Published on April 21, 2023
Lakes are nurseries for a fascinating variety of insects; did you know that many insects – including dragonflies, mayflies, and mosquitoes – spend the first stages of their lives underwater?
Published on April 18, 2023
Contact a local beekeeper if you find a swarm of honey bees.
Published on November 14, 2022
One of the country’s largest multi-day 4-H events, 4-H Exploration Days returned for its 51st year in June 2022. A new endowment created by Donald and Linda Eppelheimer will provide 4-H Exploration Days with perpetual funding for years to come.
Published on April 21, 2022
Do you know there is an easy food that you can catch and eat without any special equipment? It is bugs!
Published on April 18, 2022
Do you think it is strange that some cultures eat bugs? In this Michigan State University Extension article series, we discussing just that – eating bugs!
Published on April 14, 2022
Eating bugs is often seen as gross by some living in the United States, but you probably have already eaten them.
Published on November 3, 2021
Plant roots interact with many bacteria, fungi and microscopic organisms within the soil that can impact how well the plants grow. Some of these microscopic organisms are nematodes, and they are an especially important part of the life in the soil.
Published on November 23, 2020
You can still learn about and experience insects and other arthropods at the MSU Bug House with our two-part video tour.
Published on October 13, 2020
How you can help researchers understand where bumble bees spend the cold months.