Summer crafts for kids – rock painting!

Corie Summer is here and it seems like extended school holidays and bored kids go hand in hand. I’m here to tell you about a fun activity that will help you break summer boredom and stimulate your kids’ creativity. Funded by: Ever heard of rock art or The Kindness Rocks Project? The popularity of … Read more

Pike Road Schools Superintendent Responds to Proposed Subdivision

PIKE ROAD, Alabama (WSFA) – After weeks of controversy, Pike Road Town Council gave the final green light to a major new housing project on Wednesday. The City Council voted 3-2 to convert land on Wallahatchie and Vaughn Roads from farmland to residential for a 1,091 dwelling subdivision. The housing development will be built adjacent … Read more

Bringing Agriculture to the Classroom – Ohio Ag Net

By Matt Reese and Dale Minyo For generations, Ohio agriculture has recognized the valuable learning opportunities for young people raised on farms. However, the vast majority of children in Ohio don’t get that opportunity. This fact has far-reaching implications. In the late 1990’s, Ohio soybean farmers recognized these implications and decided to try to provide … Read more

Flagstaff Medical Center Project Finds New Uses for Surgical Wraps | Local

An initiative started by nurses at Flagstaff Medical Center (FMC) is keeping hospital surgical wrap out of the landfill and finding new uses for it across Arizona. Known as the Blue Wrap Project, the project has so far reused about 60,000 pounds of this material. The blue wrap project started in August 2019 when some … Read more

New public arts program announced for the Lake District coast featuring leading contemporary artists

A lesser-known stretch of England’s rugged north-west coast has served as the inspiration for a new public arts commission programme, announced today, which will launch in Spring 2023. The project is called Deep Time: Quests for the Lake District Coast and draws on the varied landscape and rich heritage of West Cumbria, its … Read more

Dominion Energy performs residential solar installations in Virginia through the BrightSuite program

By SB employees June 22, 2022 Dominion Energy launched a rooftop solar program called BrightSuite for residential customers across Virginia. BrightSuite’s goal is to help homeowners understand if their home is a good fit for solar, how much they can save on energy bills, and then provide installation and financing options. BrightSuite also offers solar … Read more

Brewer’s President of Business Operations discusses the expensive reality of ballpark upgrades

Rick Schlesinger, President of Operations, Milwaukee Brewers. The Milwaukee Brewers have been in the news lately, and not just because they finished first in the NL Central Division. Much of the gossip revolves around the future of her homeland, 21-year-old American Family Field. What will it take to keep the ballpark in good shape for … Read more

Residential density: What we lack without a medium option

“Lack of middle housing” is more affordable for people to buy. It’s called the “missing middle” because while we’ve gotten better at building low-income housing and the market is already building a lot of expensive housing, there’s not much in the middle. KUOW’s Joshua McNichols spoke to University of Washington architecture students about their ideas … Read more