greening of detroit
A nonprofit will receive $125,000 to help beautify a Detroit park named for a mother slain while shuttling demonstrators after the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery voting rights march.
“This is unconscionable – against humanity…I say you’re doing this only because we’re black people.”
“In this neighborhood the people said they wanted this to be the greenest neighborhood in the city.”
A Farmington Hills-based company swapping horsepower for people power this week to help make metro Detroit cleaner and greener.
A nonprofit pushing for urban reforestation is looking to a recently revealed blueprint for revitalizing Detroit to help guide its work and build on other efforts to improve the city.
Go green this weekend in Detroit.
Detroit-area teens are putting their green thumbs to work thanks to Johnson Controls, a global diversified technology and industry leader serving customers in more than 150 countries.
A live WWJ interview about the 20th anniversary celebration of the Greening of Detroit group.
WWJ’s Ron Dewey talks about the past, present and future of water in Detroit.