One volunteer organization is teaming up to make sure the recently closed neighborhood parks in Detroit will get a little extra attention this year.
It remains to be seen how Detroit’s cost-cutting measures will affect basic public services, but there’s a good chance residents will be asked to step in to fill some of the gaps.
WWJ’s Roberta Jasina talks with Trey Rogers, turf grass management professor at Michigan State University about the recent drought and how it’s affecting lawns.
We’re not in a drought, but it’s been a dry summer, and the hottest since 1966. How’s your grass?