The fifth largest lake in the world is often called the forgotten lake. But Huron is worth knowing. In this journal of a summer on its shores, the author explores its physical and spiritual dimensions, and comes to know it as a place worth caring — and fighting — for.
A friend sent me sad news last night about the passing of a longtime Michigan DEQ/DNR employee. In addition to being sad about his death, the news prompted me to reflect on the many men and women I’ve known who, like him, are deeply committed to building a better world and make all kinds of sacrifices to do so. Our politics too often demonizes “bureaucrats” — when public servants are the rule at all levels of governmentread more