How Detroit Created an Urban Oasis in the Middle of a Concrete Jungle

Wednesday, January 30th, 2019
Three years ago, the first Detroit Outdoors campers in Scout Hollow admired a pair of Red Tail Hawk parents feeding their chick nestled in a huge nest perched in a tall Sycamore Tree. The hawks’ vantage point gave them a commanding view of the 5-acre meadow and Detroit’s only campground, which had been unused for over a decade. The hawks could see what the campers below were rediscovering: nature abounds in this park on Detroit’s west side. What is your city doing to create green space. Follow this link learn about Detroit's example. Sourced from: Cities Speak