Facilities crews are responding to flooding in multiple campus buildings after more than 6 inches of rain fell in 24 hours.
If you want to enjoy the sights and sounds of colorful songbirds, this is the week they stop at the Environmental Interpretive Center’s 300-acre Natural Areas to relax and fuel up before continuing on their migration journey north.
In late March, the Environmental Interpretive Center's staff organized a prescribed burn to keep the one-acre prairie in UM-Dearborn’s Environmental Study Area maintained and healthy.
If you’re looking for silver linings, here’s one.
Recommendations from the teams working on U-M’s carbon neutrality plan reveal how the university could reach its ambitious goal to fight climate change.
College of Arts, Sciences, and Letters faculty and American Society of Primatologists colleagues form action network for primate conservation.
Before anyone panics, UM-Dearborn naturalist Rick Simek wants everyone to take a calming breath — they aren't here — and remember not all yellow-and-black-striped insects are the same.
U-M Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Nancy G. Love breaks down the challenges facing urban water systems and what we can do to solve them.
Students in an education course want you to ditch your bottled water habit.
Most of us have heard that bees are disappearing. And that’s not good news for our gardens or food supply. Senior Kaitlyn Tatro and the Environmental Interpretive Center have a plan for aiding bees and other insect pollinators. And, if you choose, it could involve your backyard.
Led by Professor Emeritus Orin Gelderloos, UM-Dearborn's “salad bar course" — with its cattails, elderberry, mint and more — is more than nutritious; it teaches students how to understand and interact with local nature.
A natural way to learn: UM-Dearborn Environmental Interpretive Center educators offer summer programs
Taught by staff and students, the line-up includes bird watching, tree identification, gardening and more.
Every season brings something new to see in the Environmental Interpretive Center and the adjacent Environmental Study Area. Here are five things you may see walking on the trails.
Keith Sudak and his team are a big reason why campus is more sustainable than ever.
See nature in action at the Environmental Interpretive Center’s gardens.
UM-Dearborn staff and students helped launch the pilot project that encourages healthy eating and seed saving.
The low-maintenance permaculture orchard and garden is growing fresh produce—for a good cause.