Monthly Archives: April 2018

Five reasons to plant trees in Macomb County

On Friday, April 27, participants in the Green Macomb – Urban Forest Partnership and communities across the country will celebrate Arbor Day by planting trees or caring for local green spaces. While you’ve likely heard of Arbor Day or participated … Continue reading

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Mt. Clemens Riverfront Clean-up – Volunteers Needed

Mt. Clemens Riverfront Clean-up Friday, April 27, 2018 9 am – 1:30 pm Spring cleaning time!  Did you know there is a river running right through downtown Mt. Clemens?  Advancing Macomb and the Clinton River Watershed Council will be cutting … Continue reading

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I love me some sweet treats.  I enjoy eating donuts, cookies, brownies, and cupcakes. Some say I have a sweet problem, but clearly, I say, I don’t have a problem eating sweets at all.  Especially since I’m known around Macomb … Continue reading

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Severe Weather Awareness Week. Are you prepared?

Springtime in Michigan has many yearning for warmer weather and outdoor activities that it brings such as gardening, boating, golf and baseball. Spring also brings changes in weather patterns and the potential for severe weather to occur. The state of … Continue reading

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Consider helping out with Meals on Wheels for National Volunteer Month

Macomb County’s Meals on Wheels program is in need of 130 volunteers on Saturday, April 14th Many people know that Meals on Wheels is a food delivery service for the homebound. However, what some may not know is how impactful … Continue reading

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Fruits and vegetables are also available at the Spring Tree and Plant Sale

Looking to try out your green thumb this year? Check out the Spring Tree and Plant Sale. They have a range of fruits and vegetables available at affordable prices. Consider trying to grow some strawberries, raspberries, blueberries or grapes this … Continue reading

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