Environment

Published September 8, 2022

ROYAL OAK — In October, the city of Royal Oak will begin a fall tree-planting program along residential easements and in city parks in an effort to restore the tree canopy.

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Published September 2, 2022

ROSEVILLE — Emergency construction has begun to slow erosion that has been creeping closer to Interstate 94 in Roseville.

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Published August 24, 2022

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ROSEVILLE — The Macomb County Public Works Office has engaged a contractor to address erosion that is slowly creeping toward Interstate 94 in several places in Roseville.

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Published August 9, 2022

METRO DETROIT — Clinton River Watershed Council Chief Watershed Ecologist Eric Diesing recently said that the presence of aquatic invasive species on Michigan waterways has been a problem for “quite a while.”

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Published August 5, 2022

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CLINTON TOWNSHIP — After more than 22 years of compliance and work, the Clinton Township Board of Trustees announced it had finally completed “Administrative Consent Order SW00-002” at its July 25 meeting.

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Published July 13, 2022

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MACOMB COUNTY — Macomb County’s environmental improvement initiative “Green Macomb” has received a $250,000 Consumers Energy 2022 Planet Awards grant.

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Published June 29, 2022

SOUTHFIELD — Late last year, the city of Southfield began work on its Tamarack Creek stream and wetland habitat restoration project.

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Published June 29, 2022

ROCHESTER — The city of Rochester is working hard to increase its tree canopy.

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Published June 29, 2022

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METRO DETROIT — Homeowners looking to spruce up their yards can add some gorgeous color to their landscapes while helping to increase the local pollinator population.

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Published June 27, 2022

WEST BLOOMFIELD — West Bloomfield Supervisor Steven Kaplan recently stated that he is “elated” with recognition that the township received this past May.

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Published June 8, 2022

ROYAL OAK — On May 9, the Royal Oak City Commission unanimously approved an approximately 100-page Sustainability and Climate Action Plan, or “S-CAP.”

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