By David Poulson
From GreatLakesEcho.org August 2, 2013
DPTV and the PBS Newshour recently hosted three nationwide experts on urban environments to discuss what the bankruptcy of Detroit means for other U.S. cities.
One interesting observation from the segment: Population growth is not necessarily a pre-requisite for economic recovery.
That could have implications for the urban farm movement in Detroit and elsewhere that requires land but not the population density that built these cities... [Read more]