GREAT LAKES ECHO (September 3, 2013): The Detroit River is 32 miles long on the U.S. side, and of those 32 miles, just one mile is still an undeveloped wetland. That mile, the Humbug Marsh, is tucked behind an old steel plant off a quiet two-lane highway in Trenton, an extension of Detroit’s downriver post-industrial sprawl. The marsh’s dirt parking lot smells like burning plastic from a chemical plant next door, and a working power plant sits on the adjacent lot... Read the rest of the story at Great Lakes Echo