Commentary: Blueberries, climate and loss of community

In the last few decades, fluctuating temperatures in the late winter or early spring have harmed blueberry production across the state. More of that kind of trouble – and more often – may be in store for the state’s fruit-growers.

Threats to the native berries amongst us

A century after National Geographic published its article on berries, Michigan is witnessing some changes due to climate change and invasive species.