http://www.thehenryford.org/rouge/regeneration.asp Learn more about this new model of sustainable manufacturing that protects the environment through a variety of innovations such as “growing” a living roof, cleaning storm water, renewing degraded soil and creating healthier work environments.
http://www.thehenryford.org/exhibits/smartfun/class/modelt/main.htmlLesson plans for the classroom from The Henry Ford related to the Model T.
http://www.thehenryford.org/exhibits/showroom/featured.htmlThe Henry Ford’s online automotive "showroom."
http://www.thehenryford.org/exhibits/hf/default.aspBiography of Henry Ford
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/everyday/rouge.htmlThe interactive on this National Geographic website page is what is run on the computer kiosks in the Observation Deck at the Ford Rouge Factory Tour.
http://www.greenroofs.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=13The student forum section promotes involvement by students. Includes everything there is to know about intensive and extensive green roof technology.
http://www.therouge.org/Programs/REP/rouge_kids.htmFriends of the Rouge River website kids activities page--connects to the idea of broader water shed management.
http://www.motorcities.orgThe Automotive National Heritage Area website includes lesson plans and games on southeastern Michigan’s automotive heritage and related sites.
Lindy Biggs, The Rational Factory: Architecture, Technology and Work in America’s Age of Mass Production. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.
Ford Bryant, The Rouge: Pictured in Its Prime. Dearborn, MI: Ford Books, 2003.
Michael W. R. Davis and James K Wagner, Ford Dynasty: A Photographic History. Chicago, Arcadia Publishing, 2001.
Jeanine M. Head and William S. Pretzer, Henry Ford: A Pictorial Biography. Dearborn, MI: Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village, 1998.
Mike Smith and Thomas Featherstone, Labor in Detroit: Working on the Motor City. Chicago: Arcadia Publishing, 2001.
The Henry Ford. Rouge Factory Tour Pictorial Souvenir. 2004