Category: Community Published on Tuesday, 09 July 2013 09:34 Written by Michigan Chronicle Staff
Detroit residents, local businesses and nonprofits that are committed to being environmentally conscious and eco-friendly can connect to the green economy through a new interactive website, DetroitGreenMap.com. The project is funded by the United Way for Southeastern Michigan's Detroit Regional Workforce Fund (DRWF), in collaboration with the Detroit Area Green Sector Skills Alliance (DAGSSA) and the US Green Building Council's Detroit Regional Chapter Emerging Professionals Group (USGBC-DRC-EP).
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