Michigan has a new invasive species: What can we do about it?

ClickOnDetroit Friday, August 16, 2019 The European Frogbit is an invasive plant species native to Europe, Asia and Africa. It was originally discovered in Michigan in 1996, but it's stayed relatively tame in the Great Lakes. However, recently, this aquatic… Read more “Michigan has a new invasive species: What can we do about it?”

Be part of one-of-a-kind Photo Mosaic Wall to honor Michigan wildlife

This interview originally aired during FOX17's Morning Mix program. There's a unique opportunity to become part of state history during KidsDay at John Ball Zoo this Thursday, August 1.  The Michigan Wildlife Council is bringing a new Photo Mosaic Wall… Read more “Be part of one-of-a-kind Photo Mosaic Wall to honor Michigan wildlife”

Restoring our state’s aquatic ecosystems

  eightWest - WOOD-TV April 22, 2019 Living in Michigan, residents are fortunate to be surrounded by beautiful water resources. But did you know that the Michigan Department of Natural Resources help manage our aquatic resources, including numerous species of… Read more “Restoring our state’s aquatic ecosystems”

Keeping our trees safe from invasive species

eightWest - WOOD-TV Tuesday, December 18, 2018 Hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) has made its way to Michigan. HWA is a devastating invasive species that attacks hemlock trees, which play a crucial role in the forests in Michigan. Hemlock trees are… Read more “Keeping our trees safe from invasive species”
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