The project, launched in partnership with Data Driven Detroit, uses a mobile app to enable neighborhood residents to get involved in reporting about the health of their local parks. She says that this will help residents hold government and each other accountable for the health of their parks and communities.
Residents will be able to learn about what is happening in their own neighborhoods, as well as to share stories that interest them about local parks. Nina says parks are important because they are a center of the community and are one of the last true public spaces. .
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