Monthly Archives: February 2008

Minimize Risks: Specify Micro-scale Practices

Yet another horrifying example of the dangers of larger facilities, this time in Hawaii. A terribly awful story, and a brave Mom named Allison Schaefers who is trying to do something about it. Read it here.

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Pervious Paving Research

From RMC Research & Education Foundation: The RMC Research & Education Foundation is proud to announce the release of its latest pervious concrete research report. The study Portland Cement Pervious Concrete Pavement: Field Performance Investigation on Parking Lot and Roadway … Continue reading

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Community Garden Rainwater Harvesting Freebie!

Via Therese Ciesinski, Senior Editor: Organic Gardening Magazine Do you know a community garden that could use the donation of a rainwater harvesting system? Last year, Organic Gardening magazine provided rainwater harvesting systems to 20 community gardens around North America … Continue reading

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East Coast Green Street Designer Sought for Panel at CNU XVI

From Mary Vogel of PlanGreen: The Congress for New Urbanism is seeking a panel member who has designed and seen built green streets (streets whose stormwater is treated with bioretention) anywhere on the East Coast for its upcoming Congress, April … Continue reading

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