Street Beat

Sunday at 11:30am

This week on Street Beat, Syma Chowdhry takes a look at the environment and the organizations trying to keep it healthy. 

Up first Tom Quail from the Clinton River Watershed Council stops by to talk about the watershed and the CRWC’s upcoming event, “Walk on the Wild Side.”

Then Colleen Robar — Board of Commissioner and Chair of the Marketing Committee for The Greening of Detroit explains how they are changing the face of Detroit…one tree at a time.

Next Taja Sevelle explains why Urban Farming is so important to Detroit.

Finally, Syma learns about the premiere outdoor art fair in Michigan, the Ann Arbor Art Fair, from Maureen Riley, Executive Director of the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair and featured artist Julie Fremuth. 

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