Southfield (CW50 Detroit) – On this week’s STREET BEAT, host Lisa Germani learns how Detroit is growing inside and out. First, we speak with Mark Wallace from Detroit Riverfront Conservatory as we learn what current and upcoming projects are slated for the Detroit Riverfront.

Mark Wallace, Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, with Street Beat Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

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Then, we roll up our sleeves with Quan Blunt as he educates us on the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative rejuvenating spaces of blight in the city.

Quan Blunt, Farm Manager for the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

Next, we sit with James Bryant of Detroit Impact and hear how they are keeping kids on the track for success.

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James Bryant II, Administrative Assistant and Media Technician for Detroit Impact, with Street Beat Host Lisa Germani (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

Lastly, Linda Little from the Neighborhood Service Organization talks us through the one of a kind Clay Center being built on Detroit’s East side.

Linda Little, President and CEO of the Neighborhood Service Organization (Credit: Logan Tesmer/CW50)

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Watch STREET BEAT Saturday at 8:30am on CW50