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    Politics Behind Government Funding of "Pure Michigan" Ad Campaign …

    Rachael Thieleman

    The "Pure Michigan" Ad Campaign was started by the state of Michigan in 2006. It consists of ads that glorify the state of Michigan with the voice of Michigan celebrities, such as Tim Allen, behind scenic views of Michigan. The ads are intended to get people outside of Michigan ...

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    Michigan's Recreation Passport

    Matt Grossmann

    On October 1, 2010 the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment (DNRE) launched its Recreation Passport program. The program was proposed by the Citizens Committee for Michigan State Parks who were, "seeking to establish a long-term, stable funding source for the state park system and other public entities" (Michigan Department ...

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    How Effective is Michigan's Asian Carp Management Plan?

    It is important to note that Michigan's Asian Carp management plan is not intended to be a rapid response plan. The executive summary of the management plan clearly states that the plan is, "a comprehensive strategy for addressing the threat of Asian carps dispersing, or being introduced, into Michigan's waters." The ...

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    No Child Left Inside

    Mehak Bansil

    It's one of the simple facts of life: kids like to play-kids need to play-and playing in nature is a very crucial part of that play. Sadly, however, many of today's children do not have the time or motivation to go outside let alone play outside. In ...

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    Obama pushing to bestow $475M upon the “new Superfund”

    Mehak Bansil

    According to The Michigan Messenger , the Obama administration has proposed to set aside $475 million in the 2010 budget to help remedy the problems the Great Lakes have been experiencing due to their increased toxicity. In addition to reducing toxicity, the money will protect wildlife and their habitats, decrease ...

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    Gray Wolves Likely to be Removed from Endangered Species List

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    Management authority of gray wolves in the Great Lakes region might change from federal to state if federal wildlife officials go through with removing the species from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Species.

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    Should we scrap the Michigan State Fair?

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    It seems that the much loved Michigan State Fair is either going to have to find a way to support itself within the next 3-4 months or shut down.  The vendors who work at the fair were sent eviction notices by the state Department of Management and Budget at the beginning ...

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    Climate Shifts Could Cause Future Water Shortages in the Great Lakes R …

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    A recent report from the United States Geological Survey warns potential water shortages in the Great Lakes region in the future caused by climate change and an increase in demand.

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    Jumping Asian Carp May Be Invading the Great Lakes

    Aggressive Asian carp have been traveling for 16 years, spreading up the Mississipi River and into the Illinois River.  The only thing that is preventing them from reaching Michigan is a lock and dam in southern Chicago.  These fish get into certain areas, and destroy native fish populations.  These fish are ...

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