Delta College Public Radio công khai
[search 0]
Thêm

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Bay City recently received $80,000 from the Michigan Coastal Management Program to study and engineer resilient launching access for boats and paddlecraft. A Michigan island is one of a dozen sites selected for a national Department of Energy project. And the Michigan Outdoor Writers Association has selected Midland-based Little Forks Conservancy a…
 
Spiking electricity bills and blackouts could be in store this summer, an international One Water Gathering conference is set for this month in Alpena, and Beach Walks bring scientists into communities to discuss coastal hazards and Great Lakes water levels.Bởi Delta College Public Radio
 
A group of Consumers Energy customers are celebrating an agreement on the utility’s 15-year power plan as a transition from dirty coal to renewable energy.A six-month forecast predicts Great Lakes water levels will continue their seasonal rise over the next month.May is American Wetlands Month. Michigan has more than 275,000 acres of Great Lakes co…
 
Michigan bird owners need to act now to help reduce the spread of HPAI: highly pathogenic avian influenza.With the current avian influenza outbreak, you may want to remove your bird feeders altogether. This will help keep the disease from spreading, and also keep wild turkeys at bay.State of the Bay 2022, "the premier conference for Saginaw Bay," i…
 
Teachers looking for simple ways to introduce youth to Great Lakes topics and hands-on learning opportunities can check out free education resources from the Center for Great Lakes Literacy. The state Department of Natural Resources stocks more than 20 million fish annually, or more than 350 tons.Bởi Delta College Public Radio
 
Michigan water quality and parks are getting a boost under a new "Building Michigan Together" plan. State officials will be talking fish in Saginaw Bay and Lake Huron at an online event Thursday. Tracking polluters in your community with ECHO Notify.Bởi Delta College Public Radio
 
Boaters are encouraged to recycle the shrink wrap used to protect their vessels during the winter. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is highlighting cleanup projects under the federal Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. Organizers say a new Saginaw Valley program has the potential to create a market for certified “sustainably-rais…
 
Loading …

Hướng dẫn sử dụng nhanh

Google login Twitter login Classic login