Monthly Archives: March 2009

  • Fish from a Kayak

    Where to fish from your kayak in the Traverse City region, plus expert tips

  • Volunteer as a Lighthouse Keeper this Summer

    The Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Association is accepting applications from anyone interesting in living and working at the St. Helena Island light or Cheboygan River Front Range Light, both located in Northern Michigan near the Mackinac Straits.

  • Morning Coffee

    At Russ-Stick Acres, our 40 acre farm in Mancelona.

  • Northern Assets: Michigan Trophy Properties

    Dream Big, Live Large

  • Traverse City’s Own “Sir Mix-a-Lot”

    Traverse City native Michael Piotrowski brings his Hollywood sound skills home.

  • What is your Favorite Up North spring break stay-cay?
  • Big Two-Hearted River

    The Big Two-Hearted River emptying into a still frozen Lake Superior at sunset

  • Petoskey Home Show

    Northern Home & Cottage managing editor, Elizabeth Edwards takes us on a tour of the 2009 LTAHB (Little Traverse Association of Home Builders) Home Show in Petoskey, […]

  • A Moving Experience: Harbor Springs

    A historic Harbor Springs farmhouse is reborn on the beach, 18 miles from its previous perch.

  • Discover Marvelous Wild Mint in Northern Michigan

    On a fine spring day, find a dappled corner
    of the Michigan woods. Breathe deep.
    Ah, wild mint! Find out how it got
    there—and what to do with it.