Street Beat: Improving The Environment
Spring is finally coming to Michigan so this week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter looks at the environment. First, Michelle Bakun, the Brownfield Redevelopment Coordinator for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality discusses environmental contamination. Then, Monsignor Daniel Trapp, pastor of St. Augustine/St. Monica, talks about the vineyard that is growing grapes in downtown Detroit. Next, Kathleen Klein, Community Relations Representative for Waste Management, discusses the importance of recycling. Finally, Ray Rustem, the Youth Council Advisor for the Natural Resources Commission Youth Conservation Program explains how students can become part of their Youth Conservation Council.
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