The annual Working with Lots Grant Program is back!

We're accepting proposals from community-based groups and small businesses through April 13, 2020.

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DFC is Hiring a Director for the Center of Equity, Engagement and Research

This senior role will provide evidence-based thought leadership through data, research, and engagement to advance economic opportunity in Detroit.

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The Land + Water WORKS Coalition Needs 2020 Ambassadors

LWWC is currently seeking 15 Detroit residents and four non-profit organizations for Ambassadorship

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DFC Opens Center to Advance Economic Equity in Detroit, Region

DFC announces the opening of a new department within the organization, the Center for Equity, Engagement, and Research, which builds upon DFC’s significant portfolio of research and tracks economic equity in Detroit and the region.

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The Working with Lots Workshop Series is Back!

From lot acquisition to gardening techniques, anyone can learn all things vacant Detroit land revitalization.

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Introducing the Detroit Green Stormwater Infrastructure Workforce Assessment

This report examines the existing and projected market for jobs related to green stormwater infrastructure in the Detroit region. The report investigates the potential for the jobs identified to be filled by Detroiters, specifically low-income and underserved populations.

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Through the shared vision of the Strategic Framework, Detroit Future City (DFC) is committed to advancing the quality of life for all Detroiters.
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Growing Detroit’s African-American Middle Class

Detroit Future City’s (DFC) report “Growing Detroit’s African American Middle Class” builds off of previous work in “139 Square Miles” Detroit Future City takes a deep dive look into the African American middle class in Detroit. In this report, we focus on the people, place and economy in Detroit and the region as well as the Growth, Attraction and Retention of the Middle Class and African American middle-class households in Detroit.

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