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Projects

We’ve got projects growing all over town and new projects starting all the time.  More information on this website

Volunteering

There is plenty of hands-on projects that you can get involved in.  We are passionate about our cause but cannot do it alone and need your help.  Come join us, get your hands dirty, and do your part for the community 

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August 2021
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8 hours ago

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Our multiple biofiltration installations were funded by a large grant from the Great Lakes Protection Fund, in partnership with Wayne State University. ReRoot is helping to communicate the overbearing issue of microplastic pollution to the community. We are assessing green infrastructure’s potential to remove plastics from stormwater systems, which are a large contributor to microplastics in the environment and water system. Donate to help develop this project and many more here: bit.ly/3nIJ5Tj ...
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9 hours ago

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Volunteer this Saturday at Reroot!July was such a great stretch but there is still work to be done. Volunteer to help in the community garden, work inside the sustainability center with home reno, or help in the biofiltration area with microplastic mitigation. Volunteer here: bit.ly/34hzR7D ...
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4 days ago

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Although #PlasticFreeJuly has come to an end, there are still plenty of ways to continue reducing the amount of plastic waste we are creating. Please continue to reduce, reuse and recycle all year long! Click here to learn more about #PlasticFreeJuly: bit.ly/3hcwepz ...
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5 days ago

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This 1000 tree installation was designed with the goal to be the largest living structure in the United States. Beyond the eye-catching, impressive nature of the structure, it will also serve as a GI installation, sequestering and managing a large amount of stormwater. This natural superstructure will also provide a unique community gathering place with national landmark potential.Donate to Reroot here: bit.ly/3nIJ5Tj ...
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