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Inside the Michigan lab where scientists raise killer bugs to save trees-
The emerald ash borer, an invasive beetle that feeds on ash wood, has killed hundreds of millions of ash trees across North America. The key to saving what’s left may be growing behind paned glass in a quiet Brighton business park.00
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The Endangered Species Act turns 50: Congress is working to weaken it-
The U.S. Senate has approved three changes to remove protections from threatened and endangered wildlife.
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Michigan lawmakers pledge ‘full support’ for reopening Palisades nuclear plant-
The push to repower the shuttered Palisades nuclear power plant has momentum in Lansing, with a bipartisan caucus pledging support for the plant’s revival.
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Energy News Roundup: Illinois house passes ethics bill, EPA rule in Indiana-
Catch the latest in Great Lakes energy news in Great Lakes Now’s biweekly headline roundup.
Culinary masters aboard Great Lakes freighters: Navigating the high seas of flavor-
On many freighters sailing the Great Lakes, there are cooks known as galley stewards who are on a mission to elevate the on board dining experience, while also creating a sense of community.
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Bill aims to allow backyard wildlife feeding, but critics fear deer disease-
State Rep. Ken Borton wants to allow recreational wildlife and bird feeding to be protected. He said the intent is to allow feeding of squirrels and other small animals. But state wildlife officials say that would encourage deer and elk to congregate, spreading disease.