North America’s Great Lakes are the world’s most significant freshwater habitat. The Great Lakes also support a $7 billion commercial and recreational fishing industry. It’s been challenging to estimate fish… Read More »Sailboat Drones Begin Lake Huron Fish Count in Michigan
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As of 2019, only 41% of Michigan’s working-age residents had an associate degree or higher, placing Michigan at 31st in the nation.
The Michigan Reconnect program offers residents free community college education for those aged 25 and over who do not have a degree.
The Michigan DEQ offers an updated listing of all beach closures and advisories. Thumbwind is offing this service in 2021.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer today amended a recent Michigan state of emergency declaration to include Huron and Ionia counties due to tornado damage and Washtenaw County due to widespread flooding. Governor Whitmer declared a state of emergency for… Read More »Governor Whitmer Declares Michigan State of Emergency in Huron, Ionia, and Washtenaw Counties
Fort Gratiot was built by the U.S. Army in 1814 to guard the strategic junction of Lake Huron and the St. Clair river.
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
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has issued a warning about Oak Wilt fungus being extremely prevalent this Spring and Summer
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.
A Michigan company is offering scholarships to students who pursue studies in cannabis cultivation and its business
New assistance is available that can help keep struggling Michigan renters in their homes. Around $622 million will be distributed through the COVID Emergency Rental Assistance program. Comments from Eva Rohlman, outreach services director, Mid Michigan Community Action; and Kelly Rose, chief housing solutions officer, Michigan State Housing Development Authority.