Michigan Department of Natural Resources Canadian Firm To Grow 8M Tree Seedlings In Michigan By Associated Press • Aug 23, 2018 Pixabay Creative Commons A Canadian company plans to grow about 8 million tree seedlings a year in Michigan. Detroit Grand Prix To Run For At Least 3 More Years By Associated Press • Aug 10, 2018 Belle Isle Conservancy The Detroit Grand Prix will run on Belle Isle for at least three more years. Ex-Flint Mayor Ousted In Water Crisis Loses State House Bid By Associated Press • Aug 8, 2018 WKAR File Photo An ex-mayor who was ousted by voters in 2015 amid a lead-tainted water crisis in Flint has lost his bid for a seat in the Michigan House. Waterslide At Detroit's Belle Isle Park To Be Demolished By Associated Press • Jul 29, 2018 Belle Isle Conservancy An old waterslide at Detroit's Belle Isle will be taken down. Michigan Updates Forest Erosion Control Recommendations By Associated Press • Jul 28, 2018 MSU.EDU Michigan officials have updated a list of best-management practices to prevent soil erosion and runoff pollution during logging and other forest management activities. Fish Passage Improvement Planned For Northern Michigan Creek By Associated Press • Jul 20, 2018 Upper Black River Council A project getting underway this month will connect 14 miles (22.5 kilometers) of upstream fish habitat on Milligan Creek, a tributary of the Upper Black River in Michigan's northern Lower Peninsula. Public Comment Sought On Monarch Butterfly Conservation Plan By Associated Press • May 16, 2018 Pixabay Creative Commons Public comment is being sought on a draft of a conservation plan expected to help reverse eastern monarch butterfly population declines. Prescribed Burn At State Park Done For Historical Purposes By Associated Press • May 13, 2018 Pure Michigan Firefighters have conducted a prescribed burn at Fayette Historic State Park in Michigan's Upper Peninsula with the aim of helping return the area to how it looked in the 1800s. Island Lake Recreation Area To Get Restoration After Mining By Associated Press • May 12, 2018 Amanda Barberena / WKAR File Photo Michigan officials say a significant portion of Island Lake State Recreation Area will be restored under a deal to eventually clean up a former mining site.