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July 06, 2015
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Detroit Nonprofit Powers Through Recession With Diversified Revenue

Ty Wright, for The Chronicle

Tracy Smith and Emma Johanon of the Peaches and Greens Produce Market, a mobile farm stand that uses a former UPS truck the group purchased from Craigslist for $5,000.

This story is part of “Built to Last,” a look at how some recession-battered nonprofits emerged stronger and more resilient.  

Lisa Johanon is a serial entrepreneur in Detroit, a city that can crush the spirit of business owners. Between her...

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