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Underwritten by Michigan Municipal League and Michigan State Housing Development Authority.

Episode Introduction [watch now]
With host Jacob Corvidae at WARM Training Center in Detroit.

Segment 1: Michigan Energy Options [watch now]
Tour this energy demonstration center in East Lansing for a sample of what is available to help you save money and energy. Featuring Michigan Energy Options.

Segment 2: Gratiot Wind Farm [watch now]
Visit Michigan’s largest wind farm in Gratiot County, right off of US-127. Featuring Greater Gratiot Development. For wind ordinances and other wind development resources for your community, visit the Michigan Energy Office website.

Segment 3: Reclaim Detroit [watch now]
Jacob Corvidae from WARM Training Center shows how you can take old wood and turn it into something amazing. Through deconstruction, 100-year old growth lumber and other valuable materials avoid the landfill and get turned into stunning products.

Segment 4: Green Living Science [watch now]
This short video produced by Green Living Science shows how their organization is changing Detroit by teaching kids about recycling.

Segment 5: 71 Garfield Building [watch now]
A speed tour of this amazing historic building in Midtown Detroit, brought back to life after five fires and years of disuse. Energy improvements allow 22 apartments upstairs to be cooled for only $600 a month.

Segment 6: Corner Brewery [watch now]
The Arbor Brewing Company finishes an energy efficiency project at Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti, which includes more than 100 solar panels and a geothermal-cooled storage area. Corner Brewery is now the largest solar brewery East of the Mississippi.

Segment 7: HFH of Clinton County ReStore [watch now]
Explore the ReStore at Habitat for Humanity of Clinton County and see how funds are turned into new, energy efficient homes. There are 40+ ReStores in Michigan, and it’s easy to find one near you on this website.

Segment 8: Green Leadership Academy [watch now]
Leaders across the state gather to plan and develop new ways to improve their local communities. This event is part of MML’s Michigan Green Communities Network.

Episode Ending [watch now]
Credits and outtakes