March 30, 2017 RSS feed / Outdoors

Considerable amounts of ice pile on Houghton Lake shore

PROTECTING THE SHORELINE Ice from Houghton Lake seems to have kept its distance from statues of the Virgin Mary and a pair of angels as it came ashore along Iroquois Av­enue last week. More...

Watercraft renewal notices mailed out in March

Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is encouraging boat owners to take advan­tage of the ease of online registration and renewal at ExpressSOS.com.  More...

A.R.K. volunteer classes offered in April

The A.R.K. (Association to Res­cue Kritters) will host two new vol­unteer classes in April.  The first class will be offered April 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Backus Township Hall, located next door to the A.R.K. More...

Conservation district tree sale April 21, 22

Each spring the Crawford-Roscom­mon Conservation District provides resi­dents the opportunity to purchase tree seedlings, native wildflower bulbs/roots, berry bushes and wildflower seed.  This year, the tree sale days are April 21 from noon to 4 More...

Shoreline training April 11 at Cranbrook

MSU Extension will present Michi­gan Shoreline Educator Network Train­ing April 11 at Cranbrook Institute of Science Library. More...

DNR asks public not to disturb wildlife this spring, view from a distance

Spring is here, bringing warmer temperatures and the next generation of wildlife. More...

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