Urban farms, gardens, reforestation all part of Detroit Works vision for remaking city
By Detroit Free Press
Faced with growing vacancy in the city, Mayor Dave Bing's Detroit Works long-term planning team is moving closer to recommending a set of diverse options for remaking Detroit's neighborhoods.
In an interview with the Free Press, planning team leaders say they envision some neighborhoods remaining traditional residential while others evolve toward open land used for storm-water retention ponds, urban farms and energy production.
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