Archives for category: April 15

The history of seedbombing is as diverse as it is long. Beginning in ancient Japan with the ancient practice of “tsuchi dango,” it was largely forgotten
The Detroit Environment http://www.occupymonsanto360.org/2013/04/15/pimp-the-pavement-a-brief-history-of-seedbombing/

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Can entrepreneurs save the city? Nothing else seems to be working.
The Detroit Environment http://bit.ly/YVNAKa

Guest Blogger Scotty Reiss writes about Detroit and it’s suburbs aftera recent visit. “As I toured around Detroit, I saw many of these fresh and promising signs of rebirth. From downtown to the suburbs, which are connected by some of the best freeways in America– many with familiar names like Chry…
The Detroit Environment http://blog.visitdetroit.com/blog/entry/signs-of-detroit-s-rebirth-guest-post.html

Kaleidoscope Laser has their summer 2013 schedule out! Check it out at kaleidoscopelasergifts.com
Come see us this summer!
The Detroit Environment http://www.facebook.com/GotItMadeInMichigan/posts/367557453348632

Three years ago, Nathan Heath and his family broke ground on a 10-acre, sustainable agribusiness called Phoenix Farms. Today, the Bastrop family farm is one of the few local farm-to-table …
The Detroit Environment http://austin.culturemap.com/news/food_drink/04-13-13-phoenix-farms-launches-ambitious-kickstarter-campaign-to-build-next-generation-of-farmers/

Nancy Flanagan is an education writer and consultant focusing on teacher leadership. She spent 30 years in a K-12 music classroom in Hartland, Mich, and was named Michigan Teacher of the Year in 1993. She is National Board-certified, and a member of the Teacher Leaders Network. She welcomes feedback…
The Detroit Environment http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/teacher_in_a_strange_land/2013/02/first_world_education_problems_in_detroit_part_ii_catherine_ferguson_academy.html?cmp=SOC-SHR-FB