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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.

Lot 12 Bioswale

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

DFC Working With Lots

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

I-BioSwale

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

Warrior Garden

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

Green Alley

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

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.

Project Map

 DBN is a proud program  of 

Wayne State's Healthy Urban Waters 

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