Foundation staff joined more than 20 volunteers to plant a rain garden at the Urban Country Tea House in Detroit’s Brightmoor neighborhood on September 9. A joint program of the Sierra Club, Friends of The Rouge and Keep Growing Detroit, Rain Gardens To The Rescue helps Detroiters design, plant and maintain rain gardens to manage the rain water run-off from their rooftops and beautify their homes and neighborhoods. Fifty-seven rain gardens have been planted over the past three years and the Foundation just renewed its support for another three years. You can watch a video of the program here and read more about it here.
On September 9, 2017September 19, 2017