Red Tape Blog
Ann Swaney from the Osterlin Library, Northwestern Michigan College in Traverse City forwarded the following photos of a shadowbox received from the Superintendent of Documents and a bookmark celebrating their 40th Anniversary as a Federal Depository (1964-2004).
I recently received a message from the a student in South Africa asking "where did the term red tape come from?".
Janet Schneider has retired from the Schoolcraft College Library. I've been working with documents in various ways since 1969 and I admit that one of the reasons I applied for the job at Schoolcraft 15 years ago was because of the depository position.
Teens who get too old for the foster care system need better support to survive on their own.
Industrial Agriculture aka CAFO'S: "Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations"
General Information on Factory Farms : Potential Hazards to Health, Environment, and Quality-of-Life
Stephen Vanderhoff’s life story reflects the Great American Dream. The 33-year-old son of Dutch natives who immigrated to Michigan in the 1960s, Mr. Vanderhoff grew up on a farm that had just five cows. Today he owns nearly 6,000 of them.