Street Beat: Environment

This week on Street Beat, Host Jill Washburn is going back to nature.

First she gets the details on Detroit’s island jewel from Belle Isle Conservancy President, Michele Hodges.

Street Beat: Belle Isle ConservancyStreet Beat: Belle Isle Conservancy

Then, Kami Pothukuchi, Market Director for Wayne State University’s Wednesday Farmer’s Market, talks about bringing fresh fruit to the city residents and the SEED Wayne program.

Street Beat: WSU Farmer's MarketStreet Beat: WSU Farmer’s Market

Next Julie Champion, the Nature Center Director for the Huron-Clinton MetroParks explains the “No Kid Left Inside” program.

Street Beat: Huron-Clinton MetroParksStreet Beat: Huron-Clinton MetroParks

Finally, Karl Eckert, owner of Eckert’s Greenhouse, gives viewers a crash course in “Gardening for Dummies,” providing tips and suggestions for mid-season planting.

Street Beat: “Gardening for Dummies”Street Beat: “Gardening for Dummies”

Tune in to Street Beat Sundays at 12:30 p.m. on CW50.

Archived video is always available at CW50Detroit.com/StreetBeat

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