Tart Cherry Climate Change Research Featured on Capital News Service

My recent feature about an international research team studying the affects of climate change on the tart cherry industry has been published by the Capital News Service. The piece, which was originally published at the Great Lakes Echo, discusses the first of its kind study and what lead research Dr. Julie Winkler hopes to achieve.

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Michigan’s Tart Cherry Industry Serves as Case Study for Climate Change Research

by Steven Davy

Dr. Julie Winkler and her team of international researchers have been awarded a follow-on grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct a new study on the effects of climate change across a global industry.

It’s a think globally, act globally concept using Michigan’s tart cherry industry as a case study. The MSU Knight Center for Environmental Journalism‘s Great Lakes Echo featuring my story Friday on Dr. Winkler’s intriguing reseach.

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Kalamazoo River US Docu-Musical Interview Featured on Great Lakes Echo

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by Steven Davy

An interview originally aired on the Nonchalant Café Hour with filmmaker Matt Dunstone has been featured on the Great Lakes Echo, an environmental news site with content produced by the Knight Center for Environmental Journalism at Michigan State University.

Dunstone discusses the release of his documentary/musical Kalamazoo River:US which is premiering Oct. 24 at the Rave Theaters in downtown Kalamazoo.

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