by Charlene Burgi
The Winter Olympics and the Academy Awards are behind us now. The gold, silver, and bronze medals were doled out to the highest scoring athletes in their fields. 522 more words
The Midwest Cover Crops Council’s goal is to have farmers adopt the use of cover crops across the region.
A team from the council is conducting surveys of North Central Region soybean growers and CCAs/Agronomists to learn more about the use and challenges of including cover crops before and after soybeans from a farmer’s perspective. 181 more words
By Howard Meyerson
While global climate change reports often focus on iconic creatures like polar bears and penguins, species that would be in jeopardy if the polar ice cap melts, Michigan and Great Lakes scientists are looking to understand what else might get in trouble. 1,569 more words
Photographer Gary Davenport captures amazing images of the diverse wildlife that call Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge home.
The early bird gets the worm, and apparently the bird with the keen eye gets the jackpot — or so is the case with this majestic bird and the photographer who captured it, Gary Davenport. 76 more words