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A project to reduce runoff to the Saginaw Bay is among those funded by a series of state grants. The DNR is asking the public to report muskee caught to an online survey. Wildlife crossings, such as green bridges, reduce wildlife collisions with vehicles.By Delta College Public Radio
 
EGLE has released its 2020 State of the Great Lakes report. The Consumers Energy Foundation is donating a half million dollars to four environmental projects in Michigan. A new study says nearly 22 million pounds of plastic debris enters the Great Lakes every year.By Delta College Public Radio
 
Delta College is serving as a host institution for Climate Action Pursuit. If you see a baby wild animal this spring, observe from a distance. Ducks Unlimited and partners in the area have restored over 1,000 acres of wetland and grassland habitat in Michigan in 2020.By Delta College Public Radio
 
A new report from Environment America says Michigan could provide 3/4 of its energy with offshore wind power. Great Lakes agencies are asking the public for help evaluating cisco rehabilitation efforts. The state of Michigan is modernizing an environmental health and drinking water information system.…
 
More than 32,000 acres of land have come under the protection of Michigan land conservancies since 2017. EGLE is highlighting water and energy conservation as part of Fix a Leak Week. The state Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is encouraging people to use approved pesticides in their gardening this spring.…
 
Great Lakes advocates say President Biden's inauguration provides several opportunities. The state is seeking input on a strategy for public lands. The Nature Conservancy's 2020 Conservation Excellence Agribusiness award recipient has ties the Saginaw region.By Delta College Public Radio
 
Pure Michigan is promoting places to see fall color in the Saginaw Bay region. The Michigan League of Conservation Voters is urging people to support a ballot proposal to protect Michigan's Natural Resources Trust Fund. The state has resumed sampling algae blooms along Saginaw Bay.By Delta College Public Radio
 
Little Forks Conservancy is working with a chapter of Trout Unlimited to improve and protect fish habitat in the Cedar River. The Michigan Office of the Great Lakes released its annual State of the Great Lakes report. A website will help you identify invasive woody plants.By Delta College Public Radio
 
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is asking the public to look for and report any signs of the invasive Asian longhorned beetle. A scrap tire drive is planned for Saturday, Aug. 8, at Fraser Township Hall. Huron Pines is encouraging people to participate in state forest planning.By Delta College Public Radio
 
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is warning residents not to open or plant unsolicited seeds from China. An electronics recycling event is set for Aug. 5-8 in Bay City. Community Action grants are available for sustainability projects in the Saginaw Bay region.By Delta College Public Radio
 
The Tick App gives users tips on avoiding ticks and lets them share their tick exposure. Water quality in the Saginaw River watershed should get a boost from a $1 million grant. The spotted lanternfly could be the next invasive species to threaten Michigan agriculture and natural resources.By Delta College Public Radio
 
Freshwater researchers gathered online this week for the Conference on Great Lakes Research. EGLE is seeking members of the public to serve as clean water ambassadors. If you missed Lake Huron fishery workshops earlier this year, recordings are available online.By Delta College Public Radio
 
Bay County is gathering damage assessment information on flooding from the May 18 storm. An invasive crayfish that can reproduce by cloning is now a prohibited species in Michigan. The EPA is encouraging people to recycle materials from their households and properly dispose of PPE.By Delta College Public Radio
 
Sporting, health, and conservation groups have voiced strong concerns on the weakening of a mercury and air toxics rule. The Little Forks Conservancy in Midland is encouraging people to remove garlic mustard from their yards. DTE Energy has turned on its largest wind park, the first of four coming online in 2020.…
 
The group behind the Adopt a Beach program has published the results of this year's cleanups. The Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy is featured in a US News and World Report article. The Michigan League of Conservation voters is applauding a bill that makes it easier to install solar panels.By Delta College Public Radio
 
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