JAN 11, 2019 | GRAHAM JAEHNIG | The Mining Gazette KEWEENAW COUNTY — With the expansion and development of mountain bike trails in Grant Township, particularly in and around Copper Harbor, the impact on local businesses in the township has been huge, said Nathan Miller, executive director of the Copper Harbor Trails Club, and will only … Continue reading Recreational trails are vital to economic development
Industrial Wind Energy: Incompatible With Hunting February 20, 2018 | John Droz, jr. | WiseEnergy.org Go to the PDF for links to referenced information! This insightful citizen says that legislators are being fooled by easy money promises: “There is not enough critical thinking skills or common sense being used when big money energy companies enter rural … Continue reading Industrial Wind Energy: Incompatible With Hunting
Hikers have a new Michigan favorite: Mount Arvon September 28, 2017 | Carl Stoddard | Capital News Service | Great Lakes Echo View of a clearing on Michigan’s Mount Arvon. Image: Wikimedia Commons. You won’t find Mount Arvon listed in many Michigan tour books, despite the peak’s lofty status as the highest point in the … Continue reading Hikers have a new Michigan favorite: Mount Arvon
Take An Unforgettable Drive To The Top Of Michigan’s Highest Mountain July 26, 2018 | Sophie Boudreau | onlyinyourstate.com Michigan When you consider landscapes in Michigan, towering hills might not be the first formations that come to mind. After all, our state is largely known for its gorgeous beaches, beautiful forests, and stunning sand dunes. … Continue reading Before this view is destroyed by Industrial Turbines – Take A Drive To The Top Of Mount Arvon.
What will be lost
The hypocrisy of destroying this in the name of green energy is beyond belief. This is Upper leatherby Falls, Lower Leatherby falls is located 1/4 mile downstream.If the Turbine Industrial project goes in there will be 500 foot turbines within a quarter mile of this location. Image: Upper Leatherby Falls by Nancy Haun. Nestled away … Continue reading The seclusion and solitude at remote waterfalls will forever be lost.
Scientists Locate Natural “Strongholds” in Upper Michigan That Could Protect Nature in the Face of Climate Change Identifying climate-resilient lands and waters to sustain biodiversity The Nature Conservancy has identified a series of landscapes across Michigan that are predicted to withstand the growing impacts of climate change and help ensure nature’s survival. As droughts, more … Continue reading Why would we destroy one of the better Climate strongholds?