BY JENNIE BRAATZ
Groundhog Day, which comes around each year on Feb. 2, is known by many to be a prediction of spring’s arrival.
In Southeast Michigan and across the world this day holds significance for another reason. It is also World Wetlands Day, a day to honor the treaty adopted by conservationists around the world on Feb. 2, 1971, in Ramsar, Iran. The treaty provides the framework for designating a “Wetland of International Importance.” [Read more…]