Fort Gratiot was built by the U.S. Army in 1814 to guard the strategic junction of Lake Huron and the St. Clair river.
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Enbridge drilling operations hit an aquifer on Tuesday, July 6, 2021. Crews are seen drilling mud in a video of the site.
Although most emergency and epidemic orders have been lifted, some DNR public facilities remain closed. Many state employees remain on mandatory telework, and the locations they traditionally work at will… Read More »Michigan DNR: What’s Open, What’s Closed This July 4th Holiday Weekend
Extreme fire risk conditions across central Minnesota today June 18th, the National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has issued a warning about Oak Wilt fungus being extremely prevalent this Spring and Summer.
One of the trees that are susceptible to the disease is the Northern Pin Oaks which are prevalent along the shore and in the dune forests and wood lots in the Upper Thumb.
(StatePoint) Summertime is often synonymous with longer days, sweet sunshine, and memorable times with friends and family. Whether it is time spent at backyard cookouts, in the garden or simply… Read More »3 Budget-Friendly Summer Staycation Tips
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services today issued a release urging caution around foam on lakes and rivers. We know many of our subscribers will be enjoying time outdoors with friends and family this holiday weekend, so we are sharing the update to help keep everyone informed.
Spring brings wonderful life to the woods of Michigan. If you see a fawn in the woods or your backyard, the mother doe is likely near.
Here are some hints on what to do if you find a fawn in the woods or your yard.
The Michigan DNR has solved a mystery regarding many swan deaths in Michigan’s Waterford Township.
DNR conservation officers have retrieved eight dead mute swans on Maceday Lake in Waterford Michigan
5G is the next generation of wireless technology, building on its predecessors 2G, 3G, and 4G. It is available on today’s smartphones to make and receive calls, run applications and send and receive data.