STORIES


Stories of growth, stories of impact, stories from our community.

America’s Newest National Battlefield Park

Outdoor Spaces that Transform Communities The public spaces in our communities say a lot about our values and priorities. Well-conceived public spaces provide a sense of culture and place. They...

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Summer Fun in Port Huron

Outdoor Spaces that Transform Communities The public spaces in our communities say a lot about our values and priorities. Well-conceived public spaces provide a sense of culture and place. They...

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Blazing a Trail Near Chelsea

Outdoor Spaces that Transform Communities The public spaces in our communities say a lot about our values and priorities. Well-conceived public spaces provide a sense of culture and place. They...

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A Huron River Renaissance

Outdoor Spaces that Transform Communities The public spaces in our communities say a lot about our values and priorities. Well-conceived public spaces provide a sense of culture and place. They...

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The Dequindre Cut

Outdoor Spaces that Transform Communities The public spaces in our communities say a lot about our values and priorities. Well-conceived public spaces provide a sense of culture and place. They...

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2016 Fall REPORT Newsletter

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Conservation Education with Penguins

We all know that Antarctica is an extreme environment important to our global ecosystem and home to many penguin species. The world class Polk Penguin Conservation Center at the Detroit...

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A Healthy Neighborhood Hub

The Northwest Detroit Farmers’ Market, operated by the Grandmont Rosedale Development Corp., is the highest-grossing neighborhood-based market in Detroit, attracting more than 300 shoppers each week. A $10,000 grant from...

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I Heard It Through the Grapevine: Motown’s Prospects Are Looking Up The Huffington Post

However improbable it might have seemed twenty, five, or even two years ago, Detroit could well be on the verge of a major turnaround that could make it one of...

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Detroit Riverfront Conservancy Ribbon Cutting For MT Elliot Park June 6

Park is Third Plaza and Pavilion to be developed Along the East Riverfront’s more than Three Miles of Completed Pathways, Parks and Greenspace FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DETROIT—The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy...

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