Sustainability

Development News Kevin Fischer is the executive director of NAMI Michigan.

Q&A with Kevin Fischer, NAMI Michigan


Feature Story By 2030, global water requirements are projected to be 40% greater than the current supply.
Feature Story 77 wind turbines are being constructed in the Meridian Wind Park by DTE.
Feature Story Cheryl Purtell has a degree in special education and volunteers her skills to help children with reading and algebra.

Midland is where the heart is: One woman’s journey home


Feature Story “When you think about what it takes for people to thrive, housing is such a vital component to allow individuals to really thrive."
Feature Story Michigan is the most diversified production agriculture state in the country.

Q&A with Terry Henne, WSGW Farm Service Radio


Development News The pedestrian plaza, a vibrant, outdoor social space closed to vehicle traffic, is soon to be open on Main Street. The plan is for the plaza to be ready by Thursday, June 10.

Pedestrian plazas opening this June in downtown Midland


Feature Story Mike Avery and his catch of the day, a walleye.

Q&A with Mike Avery, Outdoor Magazine


Feature Story Esther Williams is the executive director of Midland Recyclers.
Feature Story Mid-Michigan is home to beautiful hiking trails, fit for rugged hikers or young families. (Photo: Midland City Forest)

These trails were made for walking: Our top 10 hiking trails in mid-Michigan


Feature Story WMFC anticipates coordinating 15-20 food distributions out of the WMFC delivery site.

Catalyst Community: West Midland Family Center


Feature Story LoLita Pfeiffer picks an order of coho salmon. The most recent shipment also touted halibut, lingcod, prawns, shrimp, and cherry-hickory smoked salmon.

An Alaskan fish story, with a longline to Midland


Feature Story All 501(c)(3) nonprofits are welcome to apply to the #TeamUp for the Great Lakes Bay Region charitable program.
Feature Story Evan Sumrell focuses on making beautiful, high-quality food with none of the pretentiousness. This salad is made with certified organic produce from Good Stead Farm.

Farm-to-table restaurant hits the streets of downtown Midland


Feature Story Sarah Longstreth of Good Stead Farm masked-up and embraced the new restrictions. Longstreth, whose business is based in Hope, Michigan, sells fresh produce including lettuce, salad greens, microgreens, garlic, tomatoes and carrots.

Despite slow start, Midland Area Farmers Market season was a home run


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