Economic Development

Partner Content McMorran Plaza in downtown Port Huron.

The Community Foundation's economics of placemaking


Feature Story Nate Perry, owner of Michigan Honey Hole Fishing holding a King Salmon.
Partner Content Clarissa Lademer

The Community Foundation to support veterans through new fund


Feature Story Outside of Devine Designs Downtown located at 225 Huron Ave.
Feature Story Marysville Community Center is located at 876 E. Huron Blvd.

100 years of community spirit: The history of Marysville


Feature Story Inside one of the greenhouses at Griskie Farms

Griskie Farms continuing the small farm legacy in challenging times


Feature Story A variety of cone options are displayed at Hippy Dippy Creamery, located at 312 E. Huron Blvd. in Marysville.

Hippy Dippy Creamery announces second location in Fort Gratiot


Partner Content Residents in St. Clair County are lighting up their homes in blue to celebrate autism awareness
Feature Story Nicole and Rob Fowler, the owners of Fowler's Creamery & Coffee, stand outside their storefront in downtown St. Clair with their children Nash (left) and Harper.

Fowler’s Creamery & Coffee to open in St. Clair this spring


Feature Story Previously known as Eddy Elementary, The Eddy Center in St. Clair now serves as the hub for numerous small businesses and organizations, including a local nonprofit and a daycare facility.

Former St. Clair County school Eddy Elementary reimagined


Partner Content Disaster Response Fund

Community Foundation launches Disaster Response Fund


Feature Story Steve Nordgren poses for a photo in front of his artwork.
Feature Story Owner of The First Cup Jake Skarbek shakes hands with former owner Don Peterson.