After more than 30 years in the outdoor writing business, you would think I'd know better.
Daily Archives: May 11, 2012
By Howard Meyerson Hikers and campers need to be careful on trails these days, particularly on the west side of Michigan. Warmer spring temperatures not only brought out the wildflowers, they also brought out ticks. A good friend of mine … Continue reading
I don’t know how far I want to go with this topic, but it did catch my eye this morning. “A study just published in the Geophysical Research Letters estimates that ammonia emissions due to dairy cattle in the Southern … Continue reading
A three-wheel recumbent bicycle known as the Terra Trike appears to be a hit with aging Baby Boomers. “We’ve got 10,000 of them retiring every day for the next 14 years,” says WizWheelz Inc. Marketing Director Jeff Yonker of their … Continue reading
Muskegon’s 110,000 acre Wastewater treatment facility, a popular site for birdwatchers and goose hunters, may become the home to a new wind farm in 2014. County officials signed a lease Thursday afternoon that gives Gamesa Energy USA, a subsidiary of … Continue reading