Tomato plants aren’t the type of plants that like to be around each other. No, tomato plants aren’t solitary plants; they’re not the plants to …
Flamingos have been spotted in Wisconsin, specifically in the waters of Lake Michigan. This unprecedented event has not only delighted locals but also raised questions about the changing patterns of wildlife migration.
Nestled within the mighty Canadian Rockies, Banff Hot Springs had an interesting birth. In 1883, during the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway, three railway workers stumbled upon thermal springs on Sulfur Mountain’s northeast slope. To protect these natural resources, they made the bold move of establishing Canada’s first national park, Banff National Park, in 1885, and declared the hot springs as reserved land. The Banff Upper Hot Springs we see today, managed by Parks Canada, is one of nine naturally occurring hot springs in the park.
Copper is added to the bottom paint as a biocide to prevent slime, plant, and zebra mussels from attaching to the hull. The typical recreational boat sits in her slip much of the time; the copper coating in the paint slowly leaches into the water and settles in the bottom.
Navigating the complexities of personal injury law in Michigan? This article breaks down the essentials you need to know, from the types of claims you can file to understanding the statute of limitations. Equip yourself with the knowledge to get the compensation you deserve.
Golfing on Mackinac Island, has its roots firmly planted in the late 19th century when interest in golf rapidly grew across America. These courses are a nod to their historic and idyllic location.
Ever heard of Douglass Houghton, the man who left an indelible mark on Michigan’s geology? Uncover the life and mysteries of the state’s first geologist whose passion led him to the rocky shores of the Keweenaw Peninsula. Dive into this gripping tale and discover how one man’s legacy continues to shape Michigan today.