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State Legislature gives the green light to E-Bikes

On Wednesday, October 11, the Senate Outdoor Recreation and Tourism committee approved legislation that creates a framework for the legal operation of electric-assist bicycles (e-bikes) in Michigan.
View ArticleOct 12, 2017  •  Fall 2017 - Michigan Environmental Report

Matt Cullen: Reimagining the Motor City

The downtown Detroit of today stands in stark contrast to the Detroit of ten years ago; a new energy pulses through the city’s core, a feeling of possibility and hope for a better future. New residents and businesses are moving into formerly blighted buildings. The abandoned industrial sites along the riverfront are being replaced with parks and bicycle paths. A new streetcar is inspiring residents to rethink mobility in the Motor City.
View ArticleSep 22, 2017  •  Fall 2017 - Michigan Environmental Report

Mark Covington: Growing food and community on Georgia Street

Mark Covington is a humble man, whose quiet dedication to his northeast Detroit community has transformed the lives of young people and given residents renewed hope for their neighborhood’s recovery. When asked about his work, he is quick to flash a smile and tell you his accomplishments have all been “by mistake.”
View ArticleSep 21, 2017  •  Fall 2017 - Michigan Environmental Report
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