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DBN Projects 

DBN is committed to increasing native species diversity and landscape functionality on Wayne State's campus and in the surrounding Detroit community to support a more healthy and vibrant urban environment.

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Lot 12 Bioswale

A parking lot bioswale established in partnership with Rain Gardens to the Rescue & the WSU Office of Campus Sustainability. 

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DFC Working With Lots

DBN has partnered with Detroit Future City through the Ford College Community Challenge. 

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I-BioSwale

A native plant retrofit of a grassy swale for the WSU Integrative Biological Sciences Center.

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Warrior Garden

DBN stewards an urban garden on campus where students grow herbs, vegetables, cut flowers, and Michigan native plants. 

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Green Alley

DBN partnered with Midtown Detroit Inc. to manage and replant a portion of the Green Alley,

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Pocket Park

DBN partnered with the WSU Office of Economic Development to design and install native plantings at the new Woodward and Warren Pocket Park.

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