In Southeast Michigan, temperatures in January 2023 have been almost 10 degrees above average. The region has received just 3.6 inches of snow, half of what it normally experiences. A recent study suggests that by the year 2070 the average winter high temperatures in Michigan could reach 35.5 degrees Fahrenheit, and 40.5 degrees by the year 2120. What does this mean for an economy and culture that identifies with and depends on snow and winter conditions? "Last Winter" is an ode to the wintry landscapes that define Michigan. It is a work-in-progress as Amy attempts to photograph each and every mile of Michigan's border in winter, in search of diminishing expressions of winter.