With product taglines like “Got Milk?”, the new blueberry marketing strategy may give us “Got Blueberries?”.
Those plans are called Demand Response Programs.
The professor of CMU’s Fermentation Science program, Dr. Cordell Demattei, met me at the facility.
The Michigan DNR has awarded one-and-a-quarter million dollars to 7 projects through its Aquatic Habitat Grant Program.
Friends of the Shiawassee received the single largest donation, $365-thousand, for their dam removal project.
Gary Burk is the Board Director for the Friends, he says the project is important for a number of reasons.
“We were actually approached by the State as to whether we could be a local agency to help direct grant dollars and project management for the removal of that dam. There’s a number of reasons for the removal. It’s a deteriorated structure, and we’d like to restore connectivity to the river. Plus, there have been some drownings at the dam.”
For a full list of the projects that were awarded grant money from the DNR visit their website here.
Some health professionals do make house calls for at-risk mothers. This under a program that is getting new federal funding.
But one of the state’s largest utilities is offering some extra help for its customers. Continue reading
A new Master of Public Health degree will become available for graduates looking to serve rural and medically underserved areas. Continue reading
Solar and wind power often get attention, but another alternative power source has officials looking in the woods.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is funding a program to improve diversity in biomass crops. The feds want to encourage things like poplar trees or certain types of grasses; Crops other than corn or soybeans which are already commonly used by power plants to create clean energy. Continue reading
It’s not something most people think about, but those who have a family member in need quickly find that care for ventilator dependent patients can be difficult to find in Michigan. Continue reading
Michigan is one of six states selected to participate in a program aimed at reducing prescription drug abuse throughout the US. Continue reading
Heart attacks are most commonly thought of as a risk in older age groups.