The Mitten State is the third-largest Christmas tree producer in the United States, selling about 2 million trees each year. And demand for trees may be even higher this year.
The University of Michigan alum also talks about his career, the Great Lakes, and where he wants his ashes scattered
Local researchers are studying carbon footprints and wildfires
There are 32 ‘high hazard’ dams in the region. They’re nearly 100 years old on average.
Whitmer wants Line 5 gone. Enbridge has tunnel vision. A court battle is cresting. Here’s a primer on how we got here.
And scientists say it may be here to stay
Bees also have to face a lot of uncertainty
From operating its restaurants with green practices to how repurposing waste, here's how the zoo is implementing its Greenprint plan
The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy is hosting a cleanup for the Dequindre Cut on April 13
Hour Detroit Senior Editor Mark Kurlyandchik demystifies drinking water and discusses his article, "Ebb & Flow," on Michigan Radio.
Hour Detroit Senior Editor Mark Kurlyandchik discusses the state of Michigan's trash and his article, "Waste Matters," on Michigan Radio. The interview originally aired...
In May 2009, Hour Detroit spoke with oilman T. Boone Pickens about energy alternatives, a conversation that, in light of spiking gas prices, merits revisiting.
Winter temperatures are predicted to return to metro Detroit this week after a dramatically mild start to the season.