This week on Street Beat, Host Rob Stone from WYCD is profiling several local groups who are trying to help preserve the environment.

First, Neal Rubin, Honorary Co-Chair of Bookstock, tells us how her organization’s annual sale “recycles” used books and media while raising money for reading and literacy groups in Michigan.

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For more information on Bookstock  go to Bookstock.info
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Next, Amanda Oparka, Programs Assistant for the Clinton River Watershed Council, is here to tell us about the CRWC’s Open House for Clean Water event.

For more information on the Clinton River Watershed Council go to CRWC.org

Then, Allison Mankowski and Nicki Milgrom, from Washtenaw County’s Prescription for Health program, explains to us how local farmers’ markets are helping connect patients with healthy food sources.

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For more information on the Prescription for Health program go to EWashtenaw.org/PrescriptionForHealth

Finally, Senior Policy Manager Kimberly Hill-Knot, from Detroiters Working For Environmental Justice, is here to tell us about how the White House recently honored her as a “Champion of Change”.

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For more information on Detroiters Working For Environmental Justice go to DEWJ.org

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