Summer Issue '21
Summer 2021 Issue //
The Summer 2021 Issue is, in part, an ode to the region where we live, with stories that celebrate the natural world that surrounds us and the community that lives here. Musician Andrew Lutes discusses his move back to northern Michigan, and the idea of “longing for the land you feel most connected to.” In a piece that highlights our nonprofit sponsor, The Grand Traverse Bay Watershed Center, Molly Donahue details the necessity of protecting the shoreline from human alteration. Alison Világ, nature writer and conservationist, showcases the work of the Whitefish Point Bird Observatory, as they track the migration patterns of owls in the Upper Peninsula.
Dennis Turner and Melissa Fournier share a series of stories about rowing in Northern Michigan, emphasizing the calm found on the inland waters in the region, and the community found in area rowing organizations.
Writer Emily Hopcian and photographer Beth Price profile Grocer’s Daughter Chocolate in Empire, and their quest to make community-driven, conscious, and sustainable treats. And artist Kristin Hussey shares her experience as a mother during the pandemic, working to ensure that her children stay curious despite all of the unknown.
9.5" x 6.5" Handsomely bound, color throughout. Not super glossy, instead with textured paper. Feels more like a book than a magazine. Is clean in design with striking imagery and easy to read. Someone would be happy to have it on their coffee table.
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