The regional risks are many, but so is the resilience.
By JORDAN BRADLEY
Michigan could be the sixth state to adopt an official poem lauding the state’s natural resources. Written by Millie “the Chiseler” Miller, “Hand of Michigan” is short and sweet, referencing much of Michigan’s majestic Mother Nature. “God knitted a mitten of wood, rock and lime,
Made a foundation to last through all time. He planted his palm with Hemlock and lime,
Then blessed it with rain and sunshine.
Conservation biologists have built the first artificial home for snakes in northern Michigan. And they removed an entire dam to do it.
Residents of Michigan’s Thumb region are looking across Lake Huron with some concern about a Canadian utility seeking approval to build an underground nuclear waste disposal site near the town of Kincardine, Ontario.