Hantz gets approval to start urban woodlands project in Detroit
Mike Score, of Ann Arbor, and Andy Williams, of Detroit, work to plant trees in a once vacant lot in Detroit on Nov. 17, 2011, at the Hantz Farm located near the companies headquarters in Detroit.
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#1 Oct 18, 2013
It's a start, a demonstration project if you will. Everyone should understand the magnitude of the numbers. When fully implemented, this will use 140 acres. The city has 25,600 vacant acres not including sites with abandoned homes on them. So this project is really minimal in terms of effect. Still, demolishing these homes is quite worthwhile.
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