Category: Nature

Information on De-icing: Save our Trees from Salt! (And our Pets and Concrete too!)

SHUC and Uncover have tried very hard to make Forbes Avenue look like Rodeo Drive, or name any tree lined street that is attractive to shoppers. (Murray Avenue is a future project with Councilman O’Connor’s help.) Research is long term and clear that people spend more and linger longer on attractive tree lined streets.  It
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Wightman Park Renovation

On Wednesday, October 28th, Squirrel Hill’s Wightman park re-opened after years of planning and significant renovations. This renovation project has been a significant investment by Mayor Peduto’s administration, the City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Public Works, former Councilman Gilman and Councilperson Strassburger, PWSA, ALCOSAN, and other partners. View the press release here. The following elements are featured within Wightman Park:   Significant green
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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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