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Toxic manure discharges from large livestock operations is a major source of water pollution.
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This year, hunters were required to report their deer kills, a move wildlife managers say will help the state better manage Michigan’s growing herds.
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Michigan’s COVID-19 outdoor recreation boom has produced a subsequent business boom, according to a new federal report on the state’s outdoor scene.
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Don’t expect big new efforts to shut down Line 5 when Democrats take control. Those on both sides of the issue say the pipeline’s fate is now in the hands of a federal judge.
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The dams are expensive to maintain and are harmful to rivers and fish. But their reservoirs bring visitors that help support small communities.
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Though wolf hunting is banned at the federal level, hunting advocates want Michigan to lay the groundwork for a hunt should federal protections end.
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The Nature Conservancy, a global environmental group, has paid a New York hedge fund more than $27 million for part of the land, with another purchase to come.
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Some Republicans, Democrats, environmentalists, hunters, anglers, and birders all want the same thing: more wetlands-
The idea is to reduce harmful algal blooms getting into the Great Lakes, reduce flooding, and provide habitat for wildlife.
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While the owner considers whether to reopen the nuclear plant, Michigan will study whether new plants could make environmental sense.
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A bill would require inspection of septic systems when homes are sold. It’s meant to address worries that old systems are failing.