Historic Ann Arbor

It was called (Ann) Arbor on account of the noble aspect of the original site of the village—which was a Burr Oak opening, resembling an arbor laid out and cultivated by the hand of taste. Mary Clark, 1863 Ann Arbor’s first historian The Settlers Arrive The year is circa 1910 and the first settlers of […]

Green the Way project featured on MLive!

The Green the Way project was featured on MLive last week! View the article here.    

Call for Fall 2014 Newsletter Submissions!

We’re working on our Fall 2014 Newsletter, and in the pursuit of a more community-oriented Greenway…we want your submissions! Send us anything you would like to see in the Greenway News this fall (or in the future). Articles, photos, drawings, ideas, opinions, or just suggestions for content will all be considered! Send your ideas to […]

Group invites community to discuss Ann Arbor greenway vision at Bill’s Beer Garden

Sometimes a cold beer outside on a warm summer day is all it takes to get the creative juices flowing. The Allen Creek Greenway Conservancy has announced plans for a series of informal meetups at Bill’s Beer Garden to discuss the vision for a greenway alongside the north-south railroad tracks in Ann Arbor. A screenshot of an […]

Why We Want a Greenway in 2014

2014 is going to be a big year for the Allen Creek Greenway Conservancy. We’re starting off with more momentum than ever before and we can’t wait to see what we’ll accomplish before the year is through. Our primary task? Getting Ann Arbor closer to implementing the Allen Creek Greenway of course! As we stop […]