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Topics range from fishing and hunting to history and outdoor recreation. This is a weekly feature story sent on Thursday.
- From tiny houses and safari tents to geodesic domes - growing lodging options for state park visitors
It used to be that staying overnight in a state park meant pitching a tent or hauling an RV. Visitors can still do that, but, as travelers' needs and preferences have changed, so have the options available at Michigan's state parks.
- Bringing history to life - costumed role playing at Fort Wilkins Historic State Park
This summer the Michigan History Center will enter its 41st season of a unique program in historic site interpretation at Fort Wilkins Historic State Park, at Copper Harbor, in Keweenaw County.
- Rangers to the rescue
Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park's small band of experienced rangers are skilled at search and rescue missions and first aid to face the challenges of the park's 60,000 acres of virgin hardwoods and hemlocks, waterfalls and wilderness.
- Find your story with upcoming family history seminar
The Barbara J. Brown Family History Seminar, taking place virtually July 9-10 this year, promotes family history awareness and teaches genealogy research skills.
- From grizzlies to grouse, tracking the steps of a DNR wildlife conservation pioneer
The DNR celebrates its centennial this year, and Stewart - who recently retired - was there for half of that 100 years. He shared some reflections on the department's story and his role in it.