Daily Archives: September 28, 2009

  • Video: What You Should Know About Invasive Phragmites

    Phragmites is an invasive plant that has the power to change Michigan’s coastline forever. Find out why you should educate yourself on identifying this invasive species and what you can do about it.

  • SURVEY: It's crunch time Up North! Vote for your favorite apple variety.
  • Restaurants and Inns Fill This 4-Day Kayak Tour on Chain of Lakes

    Here’s the day-by-day itinerary of Paddle the Chain Kayak Voyage, a four-day kayak tour of the Chain of Lakes that includes fabulous meals, cozy inns and Camolot Inn’s Don Weeks to make sure it all comes off without a hitch.

  • Fall is Made for Antiquing in Northern Michigan

    Head out to hunt for antiques with these suggestions for antique shops in Traverse City, Elk Rapids and Benzie County.

  • Chain of Lakes Kayak Tour With Great Food and Cozy Inns

    All you have to do is paddle on this early Autumn, four-day kayak tour down the Chain of Lakes that includes fine restaurants and cozy inns waiting.

  • Northern Michigan's Apple Growers Offer Delicious Variety

    Sweet, crunchy or perfect for pies, Northern Michigan apple growers in Traverse City, Petoskey, Charlevoix, Boyne City, Leelanau and Benzie county offer a wide variety of apples.

  • The SweeTango Apple Makes Its Northern Michigan Debut

    Northern Michigan apple growers from Petoskey to Traverse City sing the praises of the new SweeTango, the latest in the following list of delicious varieties grown in Northern Michigan.

  • Last Sail