The Ann Arbor News, Michigan Daily and Ann Arbor Observer interviewed six vendors in early 2019 and published articles about the vendors work with Groundcover News: http://s.mlive.com/WPCUbmk https://www.michigandaily.com/section/government/groundcover-celebrate-international-vendors-appreciation-week-community-awareness https://annarborobserver.com/articles/growing_from_groundcover.html#.XGBQ-apKhQI
Join the dance party on Friday, March 27 and have your admission go towards sending some of our hard-working vendors and volunteers to the International Street Newspaper conference this summer. It's just a $5 cover charge (with an opportunity to contribute more) for 4 hours of music and fun courtesy of Stevie D and the … Continue reading Get Groovy with Groundcover & Finance Conference Scholarships
People Disguised As Homeless Ignored By Loved Ones On Street In Stunning Social Experiment
Plans are underway for a Groundcover presence in 4th of July Parades, the Ann Arbor Art Fair and the Ypsilanti Heritage Festival. Professional signs will soon be ordered to help vendors sell to cars in outlying areas. Plans are also firming up for a night of comedy in late September that will double as a … Continue reading Volunteer Meeting recap
Low-income housing availability by county in the U.S.Zoom in on the map to compare by county the number of low-income housing units available for every 100 very low-income households.
Ann Arbor to rebuild and expand low-income housingThe Ann Arbor Housing Commission plans to demolish and redevelop two low-income public housing sites at North Maple Estates on Maple Road just north of Dexter Avenue, and Lower Platt at 3451 Platt Road south of Packard Road. More housing units to follow as funds from the sale of … Continue reading Ann Arbor to rebuild and expand low-income housing