Agriculture

In The News William S. White receiving the first-ever Philanthropy Compass Prize from the European Foundation Centre in 2009. Photo by Andreas Franke.

Thank you, Bill White. For everything.


In The News Flint's Civic Park neighborhood soon will be home to a 4-acre farm and orchard.

Large urban farm and orchard planned in north Flint


In The News 'Under the Radar' host Tom Daldin visits with Ruth Mott Foundation President Raquel Thueme at Applewood.

'Under the Radar' television show features 3 Flint destinations


In The News Applewood is open for the 2017 season 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays from May 4 through October 29. Parking, admission, and activities are always free.
Feature Story Rev. Dr. Tommy McDoniel has brought commercial farming operation, a cafe, and a health and wellness to the city of Flint.

See inside Pastor Tommy's vision for a better Flint


Feature Story Kettering University students are helping to use technology to reduce irrigation costs for the Asbury hoophouse.
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Mobile markets deliver healthy food and build community


In The News Leon El-Alamin is the founder and executive director of MADE Institute. He uses his own life experiences to help clients build new lives for themselves after being released from prison.

MADE Institute: Building new beginnings after prison


In The News Behind the scenes of Floradora, another business operated by Meghan Hoffman helps give women new beginning.
Feature Story Married just five years, Mark and Meghan Hoffman just launched their fifth Flint business.

Building a business empire (and marriage) in Flint


In The News Even vandalized, this garden continues to nourish both the body and the soul.

Hope and community grow from garden vandalism


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$30,000 in prize money for small businesses, startups up for grabs


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