PARKS AND OTHER GREEN SPACE EYED REGIONALLY




Green doesn't mean just grass and trees and parks, green also means rain gardens, bioswales, and other green spaces that help preserve natural ecosystems and benefit residents.  The Southeast Michigan Council of Governments came to Port Huron yesterday, asking for input on where residents would like to see more green spaces and places. SEMCOG's Amy Mangus says once they've visted their seven counties this summer the input will be compiled into a green infrastructure plan. Mangus says getting the public input on what kind of green infrastructure residents want, not only helps the environment, but it also makes for a better place to live.
 

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