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Stateside: Education spending; energy future; cooking with pawpaw

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Michael Mazengarb

Today on Stateside, Michigan schools get access to piles of money for COVID relief. Also, mapping a path for the state’s transition to clean energy. And a look into Michigan’s solar metering law. Plus, the many ways to prepare an underappreciated Midwestern fruit.

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Michigan schools are sitting on piles of COVID relief cash. What will they do with it?

Stateside's conversation with Tracie Mauriello

  • Tracie Mauriello is an education reporter with Chalkbeat Detroit and Bridge Michigan.

Moving Michigan to a greener grid

Stateside's conversation with Douglas Jester

  • Douglas Jester is a managing partner with 5 Lakes Energy.

How Michigan’s solar metering law is working out

Stateside's conversation with Dan Scripps and Charlotte Jameson

  • Dan Scripps is chair of Michigan Public Service Commission and a former state lawmaker.
  • Charlotte Jameson is director of the Citizens Utility Board of Michigan and program director of the Michigan Environmental Council.

Foragers’ delight: New pawpaw cookbook for the native fruit

Stateside's conversation with Sara Bir

  •   Sara Bir is a chef and author of The Pocket Pawpaw Cookbook.
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