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Wikipedia: Wind power in Michigan
Department of Environmental Quality, michigan.gov
Wikipedia: Protected areas of Michigan
Reduce, reuse, repair and recycle
Towards sustainable economies
The Mid-Michigan bioregion is home to a number of both for-profit and nonprofit cooperative enterprises, including the Mid-Michigan Time Bank, the Lansing Maker's Network, and the Mid-Michigan Renewable Energy Cooperative. By leveraging time, tools, and talents, these groups will form the backbone of the Mid-Michigan Mutual Aid Network to help the region find new ways to build a sustainable new economy.
"Mutual Aid Networks provide a platform for communities to build from the ground up through identifying strengths and resources that are present globally which can be put into action through local location-specific projects," says Marshall Clabueaux, a renewable energy activist and social entrepreneur. 
News and comment
Jul 26 Cooperative bookstore launches in Hamtramck, Michigan 
In Flint Neighborhood, Vacant Lots Will Soon Bear Fruit, Jul 20 
Cheap Michigan Wind Energy Set To Save Consumers $15 Million Annually, June 9 
Citizens data initiative
Local communities in Michigan
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