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Cultivating a Regional Food System: Assessing the Needs and Capacities of Local Farmers with the Washtenaw Food Hub

Dow Sustainability Fellows Program

Amanda Gallaher, Yu Du, Kevin Petersen, and Sarah Reinhardt

December 2013
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Dow Sustainability Fellows Program

Claire Kang, Katherine Knapp, Nolan Sandberg, and Julia Stuebing

December 2013
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Dow Sustainability Fellows Program

Makely Lyon and Sundeep Ramachandran

December 2013
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The "Sustainability & the HOPE Village Initiative" Integrated Assessment (IA) is the result of a partnership between U-M's Graham Sustainability Institute and Focus: HOPE. The IA was developed to support the nonprofit's comprehensive, place-based effort known as the "HOPE Village Intiative." The Initiative's goal is for 100% of residents living in a 100-block area surrounding the Focus: HOPE campus to be educationally well-prepared, economically self-sufficient, and living in a safe, supportive environment by 2031. This publication consolidates the following six project reports from the overall effort:

December 2013
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Dow Sustainability Fellows Program

Lukas Strickland, Wes Allred, Abby Barkwell, Austin Kana, Nancy Gephart, and Aren Turpening

December 2013
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LoopHope Business Plan

Dow Sustainability Fellows Program

Ursula Jessee

November 2013
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Co-authored by Thomas F. Nalepa, of the U-M Water Center, and  Don W. Schloesser, of the Great Lakes Science Center, this book covers a variety of topics on the invasive mussel issue, including mussel biology, distribution, life history traits, ecological impacts, and control techniques.

October 2013
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As published in Sustainability: The Journal of Record, this program profile was written by Graham Education Director Mike Shriberg, Ph.D., former Sustainability Scholar Sarah Schwimmer, and recent U-M master's graduate Lindsey MacDonald.

October 2013
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For communities in the Great Lakes region climate change poses unique challenges and creates intriguing opportunities. While many regions of the country face catastrophic threats of sea level rise or tragic outbreaks of wildfires, climate change impacts in the Great Lakes region create more subtle and insidious stresses on the way we live, work and play in our communities. At the University of Michigan's Graham Sustainability Institute, we are working to address these impacts and develop strategies for building more resilient cities.

October 2013

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