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‘A Voice for the Bees’: One Michigander’s Quest to Bring Bees Back

Bees in Michigan have had a rough go with pesticides, loss of habitat and more. Here's how Michiganders are trying to correct the trend.

Indigenous people fish in northern Michigan.
‘Centuries-Old Practice:’ How the Line 5 Oil Pipeline Endangers the Heritage of Native Michiganders

It’s not a matter of if Line 5 will spill but when, worry Michiganders. And building a tunnel around it? That’s a false solution, they say. 

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Six Generations and Counting: A Story of Michigan’s Dairy Farms

Michigan’s dairy industry is one of the strongest in the country. Fighting through the pandemic, family farms are helping fight hunger. 

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Michigan Teen Sets Out to Correct False COVID-19 Info in Her Community

That’s how high school senior Harshini Anand is approaching critical discussions on vaccinating against COVID-19.

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This Michigan Dad Saw His 13-Year-Old Son Battle COVID-19. He Vaccinated Him to Protect Other Kids, Too.

With school upon us, Michigan parents say they are cutting through misinformation to make science-based vaccine choices for their children.

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No Gimmick: The Debt-Free, Job-Guaranteed Pathway Not Enough People Know About

In countries across the Atlantic, apprenticeships are how most young people enter the workforce. Here, many don’t know what they are. Michigan wants to change that.

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Snowy State, Child Care Desert: What’s Being Done About Child Care in Michigan

Many Michigan families had to stay home with their young ones during the pandemic. Now, the state is working to make child care available and accessible.