Category: Litter Patrol

An Interview with the Nature Club

Photo caption: Nine members of the Colfax Elementary School second grade Nature Club from left to right: Sol, Alex, Isabella, Adelaide, Lucy, Felicity, Sofie, Peter, and Devorah. (Photo by Katie Hatcher) By Katie Hatcher, Magazine Intern If you’ve found yourself looking for hope for the future lately, here’s some inspiration: the Nature Club from the
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SHUC Annual 2017 Neighborhood Meeting and Open House

On Thursday November 16th at Levinson Hall in the JCC Squirrel Hill, 7pm, we will be holding our annual public meeting with a focus this year on “Transportation Safety and Mobility in Squirrel Hill.” Our featured guest speaker is Department of Mobility and Infrastructure Director Karina Ricks, who will talk about how the City’s Complete
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2017 SHUC Video Competition: Every Litter Bit Matters

Grab your camera and get ready to tell the world about the importance of controlling litter! ALL CREATIVE FILMMAKERS are invited to submit a 2-5 minute video that educates the viewer about the impact of litter on the environment, health and beautification and litter’s relationship to storm water control. PRIZE: $100 for the winners in
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Frick Environmental Center Moves Into Final Construction Phase

By Scott Roller, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy On track to be one of the greenest buildings in the world! Falls Ravine trail is one of most popular trails in Frick Park, and for good reason. Once you descend from Beechwood Boulevard into Falls Ravine Trail’s gently rolling terrain, the sounds of traffic and city life drift
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