Author Archives: gracepotts

About gracepotts

I am many, many things- far too many to list here. But primarily- I am a Roman Catholic, wife, and mother. I believe that finding our way to common ground is the journey most worth taking.

Average Budget Housing

For those with an average budget who need a local job and a mortgage, here are some homes currently available: 1659 Stanley, Saginaw, Mich. ($34,000) 705 S Wheeler, Saginaw, Mich. ($46,000 ) 722 S Wheeler, Saginaw, Mich. ($58,000) Advertisements

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Students March for Clean Energy

Students are invited to join The Student’s March for Clean Energy on May 14, 2011 at 11:00am. Participants will assemble at Pershing Park in Bay City and march down Midland Street and John F. Kennedy Drive to a designated location … Continue reading

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Lone Tree Council

The Lone Tree Council is a local environmental nonprofit which meets on the second Friday of every month at 7:30pm in room J-137 on the Delta College campus. To learn more about the Lone Tree Council, visit them on youtube, … Continue reading

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Forest Gardens

Forest Gardening by Robert Hart and How to Make a Forest Garden by Patrick Whitefield are two excellent books which express how to do exactly as their titles imply: forest garden! Forest gardening is a type of permaculture which places emphasis … Continue reading

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Ames UMC Gardens

Ames UMC Gardens is a local, Saginaw, Michigan garden hosted by the Ames United Methodist Church. To learn more about the Ames UMC Gardens, contact Lee Stone Campbell by leaving a comment here or e-mailing

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Perennial Wildflower Garden

The Perennial Wildflower Garden is a local, Saginaw, Michigan garden. To learn more about the Perennial Wildflower Garden, contact Grace Potts by leaving a comment here or by e-mail:

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S.C.R.A.P., the Saginaw Cooperative Regenerative Action Project, is a group dedicated to community organization and development. To learn more about S.C.R.A.P., leave a comment here, visit S.C.R.A.P. on Facebook, or check out their blog!

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