Eaton Conservation District and Country Mill featured in Greening Mid-Michigan Video
The Eaton Conservation District and the Greening Mid‐Michigan team is pleased to provide a new DVD: Greening Mid‐Michigan: A Vision for Green Infrastructure! This 28–minute DVD highlights green infrastructure success stories‐ from the reuse of industrial sites into successful county parks‐ to our local farms and markets, watershed protection efforts, and finally, how we are promoting
active living for our residents through the promotion of our river, park and trail systems.
The video is available on www.youtube.com/user/GreeningMidMichigan On the GMM Youtube site, you can watch all four segments of the video related to agriculture, active lifestyles, stormwater protection and parks
developed from brownfields.
GMM hopes that with this video you will better understand and embrace sustainable “green infrastructure” efforts that are currently underway in Clinton, Eaton and Ingham Counties. We also hope that this video will inspire everyone to create new “green”success stories in the years to come.
The Eaton Conservation District and the Country Mill (MAEAP verified orchard) are featured prominently in the section “Mid-Michigan Farms & Markets: Healthy and Local”.
Our local PBS station, WKAR , based out of Michigan State University, will air this video. It will also be aired by PBS stations across Michigan in late April as a part of Earth Week.
WKAR HD Tue 2/25/14 10:30 pm and WKAR HD Tue 4/15/15, 11:30 pm
WGVU HD: 3/29 @ 15:00 and 4/27 @ 16:30
WDCQ Main Channel Sun 2/23/14 7:30pm
WCMU March 6 at 2 a.m. and Sunday, March 30 at 5 p.m.
If you have any questions or would like a presentation concerning Greening Mid‐Michigan, this video & our mission, please contact Harmony Gmazel, AICP, Senior Planner for the Tri‐County Regional Planning Commission at 517‐393‐0342 or email@example.com.
Greening Mid-Michigan’s Mission:
to keep urbanized areas viable,
to protect farmland, open space and rural quality of life,
to promote non-motorized connections between public amenities;
to promote the use of the Potential Conservation Areas Assessment in all areas of urban planning.
The Greening Mid-Michigan team:
The Clinton County Greenspace Commission, the Eaton Conservation District, the Eaton County Parks Department, the Ingham County Parks Department, the Ingham County Open Space and Farmland Preservation Board, the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management, and the Heart of Michigan Trails Partnership.
Greening Mid –Michigan is funded in part by the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission and the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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