"I had this idea that I was uniquely qualified to pull it off," says Karen Sikkenga.
From the November, 2017 issue
Sikkenga, associate director of the U-M's Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum, used to live near Packard and Stadium. An avid biker, she'd sometimes ride to work at Matthaei. She could pedal safely most of the way--through the Burns Park neighborhood, out Devonshire Rd. to Gallup Park, and then along the county's Border-to-Border Trail to Parker
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