Tag Archives: Green Infrastructure

Nature City Forum

​NatureCity Forum, a full day exploration of green infrastructure with designers, practitioners, planners and advocates. The day will include local, regional and national case studies, as well as tools and research on the planning and implementation of green infrastructure for climate resiliency, community building, human health and ecological benefit. Come add your voice to this day long exploration and discussion. There is a fee. Baltimore, MD. Learn more and register... Read more

Teach, Learn, Grow: The Value of Green Infrastructure in Schoolyards

​In this webcast, speakers from Green Schoolyards America, the Wichita State Environmental Finance Center, and Children & Nature will discuss the multiple benefits of integrating green infrastructure practices into America’s schoolyards, and provide attendees with on-the-ground case studies and tools that can be used to create or enhance green schoolyard initiatives in their own communities. Register now... Read more

Green Streets Plan for Omaha

​Increasingly, when we think of streets as public spaces as well as conduits for motor vehicles, the needs of functionality and appearance coincide. The concept of Green Streets accomplishes a number of significant and desirable outcomes. Learn more... Read more

Nature Conservancy Accepting Proposals for School Gardens

​The Nature Conservancy is working to promote environmental education through the creation of Nature Works Everywhere gardens. The core principle behind the Gardens program is that gardens model conservation science on a relatable scale. The program empowers students and teachers to work together to create and implement their own solutions to environmental challenges in their communities. Applications due November 3. Learn more and apply... Read more

Maryland Department of Planning Participates in Park(ing) Day

​On Friday, September 15, the Maryland Department of Planning is participating in International Park(ing) Day 2017 by turning an ordinary parking spot along West Preston Street at Baltimore State Center into a one-day pocket park.... Read more
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