Pollinator gardens can help reverse the slide Much of the food, drink and medicine we consume begins the journey to us when pollen moves from flower to flower by insects and animals called pollinators – thereby creating fruits, nuts, vegetables and seeds. According to a recent Detroit Free Press post, disappearing bee populations are causing […]
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Today, the world learned that the Chevrolet Bolt earned the prestigious Motor Trend Car of the Year award. The people of DTE Energy couldn’t be more pleased. Not only because its represents a breakthrough in electric vehicle range technology, but also because DTE is a partner with General Motors in providing renewable energy to the […]
We recently heard a story from a natural gas customer in Grand Rapids. It’s an old trick without a treat. The customer’s father, in his 80s and living on his own, began complaining about the cost of his heating bill. At first his son thought dad might be looking for something to complain about, but […]
Walking into an unassuming building off of I-196 in Kent County, near Grand Rapids, Mi., we were greeted with this message: ”Thank you for the Sack Suppers! They help me run faster, play harder and help me learn new things. Also they are nutritious for my body. – Margy” A Sack Supper is a brown […]
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