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Michigan’s Green Industry – Continuing to GROW!

About the Industry
With a combined economic impact of $5.715 billion, Michigan’s nursery, perennial plant production, Christmas tree, sod producers, landscaping and lawn care industries continue to grow!

* We are the 4th largest Nursery State in the Nation!

*#1 specialty crop in Michigan
*Landscape services and Retail Sectors = $4.5 billion economic impact
*Together, all segments of the Green Industry account for a total of 36,162 individuals employed (Knudson & Peterson, 2012). According to US Census Data, this equates to 1 out of every 170 Michigan citizens between the ages of 18-65.

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By Bert Cregg, MSU

Two years after problems first emerged, questions remain for the ill-fated herbicide Imprelis.


A series of five bills was introduced in the House that focuses on “immigrant integration” as well as eligibility criteria for obtaining a state driver’s license or identification card:

HB 4617 – Sponsored by Rep. Rashida Tliab (D-Dearborn), the bill would establish a new office of immigrant integration in state government charged with the following objectives:
•    Conduct studies and recommend proposals on a broad range of topics that promote social, cultural, and economic integration for immigrants.


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