MSU Extension’s 2023 Conservation Stewards Program now registering for 7 cohort locations
Published on June 6, 2023
The Michigan Conservation Stewards Program offers 10 weeks of instruction delivered between September and November 2023, including weekly online course content, in-person lectures, field instruction, and more.
Square foot gardening: a formula for successful intensive gardening
Published on June 1, 2023
Square foot gardening is an intensive gardening system that provides lots of tasty vegetables from a small space
Beech leaf disease: A new risk to Michigan beech trees
Published on May 24, 2023
Changes in leaf color and decline in tree health appear in trees infected with beech leaf disease.
Pain in the grass: Tall fescue
Published on May 23, 2023
Not all weedy grasses are crabgrass. Tall fescue is one of the top grassy weed complaints received by MSU Extension and MSU Plant & Pest Diagnostics each year.
A guide to aphids that feed on garlic mustard in Michigan
Published on May 17, 2023
Can these tiny insects help in the fight against invasive plants?
“Wild About Conservation” webinar series starts in June
Published on May 16, 2023
People working to conserve land and wildlife each contribute to the resiliency and sustainability of our environment.
Getting started with beekeeping in Michigan
Published on May 12, 2023
Resources and information for new beekeepers.
MSU Extension bulletin highlights alternatives to blue spruce
Published on May 11, 2023
As blue spruce trees continue to decline throughout Michigan, this guide provides replacement suggestions for homeowners and landscapers.
Tips to toss the moss from your lawn
Published on May 10, 2023
Frustrated with moss in your lawn? Understand why and then consider a range of management options.
Lawn turf update - May 4, 2023
Published on May 4, 2023
Lawns have been slow growing this spring with the unusually cold and wet weather but the forecasted warmup by the end of the week will have lawns and weeds springing to life.