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Topics range from fishing and hunting to history and outdoor recreation. This is a weekly feature story sent on Thursday.
- September when she comes
A reflection on the magic in the sound of rain.
- New pedestrian bridge set in place at Lower Tahquamenon Falls in Chippewa County
A new 142-foot-long pedestrian bridge is being installed at the Lower Tahquamenon Falls to make it easier for park staff and emergency services access to help maintain and keep the island safe.
- Highlighting diversity in the ranks of the CCC
The Emergency Conservation Work program grew out of the Great Depression. States like Michigan needed reforestation and fire protection. By the end of May 1933, Michigan had 12 CCC camps.
- Lake Huron Red Tails -- Recovering Michigan's history of the Tuskegee airmen
The first African American pilots trained by the United States Army Air Corps earned their wings at Tuskegee Army Airfield in Alabama during World War II. Beginning in the spring of 1943, fighter pilots from Tuskegee received advanced training in Michigan. In 2014, the wreck of a Tuskegee Red Tail ...
- Drawing attention to the DNR centennial
With 2021 marking the 100th anniversary of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, the DNR Wildlife Division wanted to do something special to celebrate the milestone by honoring our roots with illustrated covers to our hunting digests.