No matter where you live in our great state, there is bound to be a pumpkin patch or two you just have to check out. We compiled a list of some of our favorites below.
Most people agree salmon make for good eating. But did you know that these fish also help keep our environment free from invasive species?
It traversed the Great Lakes for years until sinking in 1915. Now, the Choctaw serves as another of Michigan’s numerous historic sites.
It has inspired a song, a beer, and is the most commonly referenced Great Lakes shipwreck. Here’s the history behind the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.
In November 1966, a Great Lakes freighter sank to the depths of Lake Huron. Only one member of its crew survived.
Festive frights aren't that far from your neighborhood. Michigan's Thumb is a prime example.
From ducks to hummingbirds, migration season is a great time to observe nature.