A 45-year-old pumped storage electricity plant in Ludington exhibits many of the qualities we want today in renewable energy technologies.
Casey Haggerty joins a rich legacy of FoodCorps programming, working with the Groundwork team in Petoskey, and focused on the Pellston and Boyne Falls Public Schools on farm to school healthy food initiatives.
The 10 Cents a Meal program means more business for Michigan farmers as well as healthier food for school children.
Traverse City sails forth into Michigan history when, on August 13, 2018, it became the first city in the state to commit to 100 percent clean, renewable energy for electricity, with a target date of 2040.
Consumers Energy CEO Patti Poppe’s visit to Traverse City on August 23, 2018, marks a clean-energy tipping point for Michigan and the Grand Traverse region.
Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the opening of our full-time Petoskey office!