Yak’s Corner
A print and online children’s news magazine published once each month from September through May for Michigan kids ages 6-13. Each 12-page issue is filled with educational and entertaining stories about places, people and events in Michigan and around the world. The Yak’s Corner online page also includes “Yaktivities” for each issue, a Yak Art Gallery, student writing and more.


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Each weekday, Pulse of the Planet provides its listeners with a two-minute sound portrait of Planet Earth, tracking the rhythms of nature, culture and science worldwide and blending interviews and extraordinary natural sound.Get more info.
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Okefenokee - Living Landscape
Cycles of growth and wildfires keep Okefenokee swamp in an eternal state of flux.
-- Jul 3, 2015

Terraforming
It may work on Star Trek, but in real life Mar's thin atmosphere will be writing the script.
-- Jul 2, 2015

Okefenokee - Standing Up to Bears
What hisses at bears to defend its nest eggs? Hint: it's bigger than a robin.
-- Jul 1, 2015

Infinite Universe
According to recent findings, the universe is flat and infinite. and the "Big Bang" may not have been all that big.
-- Jun 30, 2015

Caves - Mars Connection
Ancient salt water caves harbor ecosystems similar to what life on Mars might have once been like.
-- Jun 29, 2015