Social media accounts can give Michiganders insight about what's going on around the state, and inspiration to get involved.
Social media accounts can give Michiganders insight about what's going on around the state, and inspiration to get involved.

From family to food, to discovering hidden Michigan gems, these sites will keep you informed.

MICHIGAN—Social media ruled our lives before many Michiganders began working from home to help prevent passing the coronavirus to one another.

With so many more hours being spent at home, the magnetic draw to screens big and small seems to be even greater. Fortunately, there are spaces on the internet that provide information every Michigander should know.

Here are 24 social media accounts to keep you informed on all things Michigan:

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Politics and Progress

Michigan Future, Inc.
@michiganfuture

Michigan Future, Inc. is a non-partisan, nonprofit organization that aims “to be a source of new ideas on how Michigan can succeed as a world-class community in a knowledge-driven economy,” according to its website. Follow them for the latest innovative ideas.

Progress Michigan
@midmichiganmoms

The progressive group works to keep Michigananders informed and to hold elected officials accountable for the actions—and inaction.

Michigan Municipal League
@MMLeague

The MML encourages Michigan’s cities to foster welcoming, multicultural communities that can further economic development.

Center for Political Studies – University of Michigan
@umisrcps

UM’s Center for Political Studies uses data analysis to keep Michigan’s electorate informed on the issues that will affect them most.

Environment and Climate Change

Michigan Audubon
@MichiganAudubon

The Michigan Audubon’s Twitter page is where birders of the Mitten unite. Their page and blog feature information of species to look out for, fundraisers, and conservation efforts. 

Environment Michigan
@EnvironmentMI

A subset of the Environment America policy and action group, Environment Michigan aims to help us all build a greener future.

Michigan Climate Action Network
@MiClimateAction

The Michigan Climate Action Network highlights the work of local activists and the needs surrounding Michigan’s goal of being emission-free by 2050.

Science Around Michigan
@sciencemi

Science Around Michigan explores all of the ways the discipline can improve life for Michiganders, including reversing effects of climate change.

Travel and Recreation

Life in Michigan
@lifeinmich

The Life in Michigan travel blog and Twitter page showcase all things Michigan, and if there’s beer, they’ll post it twice. Three times if it’s Michigan-brewed. Check out Instagram for the best photos from the group.

Traverse City
@TraverseCity

Traverse City is a destination for Michiganders from across the state with year-round activities. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or solo with your furry friend, Traverse City’s Twitter page will ensure you’re finding the best options for your trip.

Awesome Mitten
@awesomemitten

This blog, Twitter, and Instagram come together to highlight the best Michigan has to offer travelers.

Grand Rapids
@experiencegrandrapids

The western Michigan city’s Instagram page features everything from holiday lights to be best places to dine.

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Health and Beauty

Jordan Blackwell
@lilmissjbstyle

Sustainable materials engineer by day, and a fashionista at all times, Jordan Blackwell features fashion and DIY projects on her Instagram page.

Kaylena Renae
@xokaylenarenae

Lifestyle, fashion, and beauty blogger Kaylena Renae will inspire Michiganders to layer on the style this season.

Alexandra Beuter
@happyhomewithalexandra

YouTuber, wife, and new mom Alexandra Beuter shares everything from pregnancy and baby tips to home makeover ideas across all her social media channels. Check out her @alexandrabeuter page for adorable photos of her son.

Kari Skubik
@dontdresslikeamom

Whether someone calls you mom or not, you’ll want to catch all that Skubik is serving on her witty blog and colorful social media pages.

Food and Drink

Eater Detroit
@EaterDetroit

When you can’t make it out to your favorite Detroit restaurant or swing the delivery fee, the next best thing is checking out the latest dishes and desserts through Eater.

Local Food Companion
@tastethelocaldifference

Foodies who enjoy local fare will appreciate this blog and Instagram page that shares honest reviews of Michigan-made plates.

Eat Drink Michigan
@eatdrinkmichigan

This image-only Instagram blog features everything from decadent desserts to savory bites from across Michigan and beyond.

Feel Good Foodie
@feelgoodfoodie

Kalamazoo resident and self-proclaimed foodie Yumna Jawad left her job in research and marketing for packaged foods behind for a life of blogging about seasonal and healthy-ish meals.

Family and Pets

Mid-Michigan Moms
@midmichiganmoms

Between their blog and social media pages, the Mid-Michigan Moms are a resource for Mitten mamas who are passionate about parenting.

Simply Every
@simplyeveryblog

Consultant and creative JeeYoung uses her blog to help other work-at-home parents balance being everything to everyone—while still prioritizing themselves.

Detroit Moms
@detroitmoms

The Detroit Moms Blog connects mamas of all kinds for crafty ideas, DIY ideas, and playdates when safely possible.

Michigan Humane Society
@mhumane

Furry friends are in need of families, and the Michigan Humane Society frequently posts about them. Foster and adoptive families’ photos make occasional appearances too.

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