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Spring Issue '24


Spring Issue '24

  • The Spring Issue ‘24 features //


    • A devotion to local food access is at the core of the Groundwork Center’s mission to create resilient communities in Northern Michigan, and throughout the entire state.

    • The owner of Populace Coffee in Bay City, Andrew Heppner, reflects on the failures and successes that come along with running a community-centic small business, and sticking to a mission.

    • Charlevoix resident, saw filer, and trail adopter Dan Dueweke tells the story of how he uses quiet tools on Northern Michigan’s trails.

    • Fueled by passion, and a little healthy community pressure, artist Chad Kirchner took on the incredibly ambitious task of designing a wall perfectly made for music. 

    • How a deep love of music led Matt McCalpin (Funky Uncle, Medicinal Groove) to a dream role helping to shape a music scene one groove at a time.

    • How Inhabitect has worked to honor the environment from a landscape perspective, and continues to treat stormwater as a resource, not a waste product.




    9.5" x 6.5" Handsomely bound, color throughout. Not super glossy, instead with textured paper. Feels more like a book than a magazine. Is clean in design with striking imagery and easy to read. Someone would be happy to have it on their coffee table.

  • Usually ships within 3-5 business days. Try our FREE local pickup option @ tBR HQ -- 414 E Eighth St, Unit 201, Traverse City, MI 49686.

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