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Why does Michigan have a Thumb?
Monday, February 13, 2017
It wouldn't be much of a mitten without a thumb. But exactly how did our fair state's opposable digit come to fruition? Cranbrook Institute of Science's John Zawiskie gives us the geological history.
It's Miller Time: Meet the Detroit educator who's helping solve water issues around the country
Monday, September 19, 2016
Carol Miller has taught at Wayne State for 30 years and influenced countless students. She's also part of a prestigious cohort of water-quality engineers that's made an enormous contribution to the health of Michigan's waters.
Interview: Author William Rapai on invasive species and the Great Lakes
Monday, August 01, 2016
What impact are invasive species like the zebra mussel and the round goby having on the Great Lakes? And why does it matter? We interview the author of a new book on invasive species in our beloved blue waters.
Detroit artist grows awareness of Michigan's invasive plants by making them into paper
Monday, May 23, 2016
making paper from Michigan's invasive plants, Meg Heeres is raising awareness about an environmental threat while empowering people to make something beautiful.
Invasives, beware! Michigan gets organized about fighting exotic species
Thursday, April 07, 2016
The collaborative approach to fighting invasive species is—pardon the pun—growing like a weed in Michigan. Find out how we stand a better chance of eradicating nature's monsters through collaboration.
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