With the addition of seven new plants and animals, Michigan now bans 40 non-native species. That means they cannot be possessed or transported in Michigan or the rest of the Great Lakes region.
A workshop in Clare is intended to help to keep potential invaders at bay, by training people who handle bait fish. Read more
The National Park Service says Europeans probably brought garlic mustard to the US in the 1800’s. Read more
Federal wildlife officials will be applying a series of sea lamprey treatments to the Chippewa and Pine rivers in central Michigan over the next week.
Swine species native far from Michigan, or the US for that matter, may be threatening Michigan life and resources.
This year’s colder-than-normal winter could be good for nature lovers, and bad for some of Michigan’s invasive species.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane; no, it’s a helicopter. An unmanned helicopter has found its way to CMU this week and it’s not an ordinary type of helicopter.