How insects survive cold: The potential effect of a mild winter
Published on March 14, 2023
Large insect populations are possible this year, but many factors determine overwintering survival and success.
Wildfire-resistant landscape plants can protect your home
Published on March 7, 2023
Build landscape resilience to climate change and drought, heat, and wildfires with fire resistant plants.
What can I plant to replace my storm-damaged tree?
Published on March 2, 2023
Michigan State University Extension tip sheets suggest alternatives for trees lost to storms.
Addressing ice storm damage to trees
Published on February 27, 2023
Use a professional tree service if you are uncertain about doing the job yourself.
Michigan State University Extension co-hosts the Michigan Beekeepers Association Spring Conference
Published on February 2, 2023
Virtual and in-person conference sessions will provide education to new and seasoned beekeepers.
Online course on pollinator protection for land managers is now available
Published on January 30, 2023
People who work in landscaping and land management in Michigan can earn one restricted use pesticide (RUP) credit in this free, self-paced, online course.
Managed Pollinator Protection Plan update from Michigan State University Extension
Published on November 29, 2022
Education and outreach in Michigan to support pollinator health in Michigan through education and outreach for judicious use of pesticides and increasing pollinator habitat.
Apiculture Extension update from Michigan State University Extension
Published on November 28, 2022
Education and outreach in Michigan to support beekeepers and honey bees.
Attracting and retaining employees: An introductory workshop at the Great Lakes Expo
Published on November 9, 2022
Agricultural labor program on Dec. 6, 2022, features regional specialists in employment and human resources.
Michigan pesticide applicator recertification credits available in person and online before the end of the year
Published on October 31, 2022
Growers needing a few more credits to renew their pesticide applicator license have some online and in-person opportunities available.