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Literature for the Halibut
With Jean Ponzi
Mon Mar 2nd 2015 7.00pm–8.00pm
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B.J. Vogt - Board member, Critical Mass for the Visual Arts “Home Grown: a Sustainability Party and fund-raiser - March 28, 8-11 pm”
from Creating ways to capture and hold rain where it falls - Artists taking this design challenge compete for a funded installation - and learn how native plants and design can CREATE sustainable solutions. (www.criticalmassart.org also see: www.ProjectClearSTL.org -www.ShowMeRainGardens.org and www.mobot.org/RainScaping 2015) N R L —STL's thriving arts community has a lot of GREEN in mind and heart - Critical Mass mobilizes this talent year-round, and with this FUN fund-raiser at the Kranzberg Arts Center on 3-28-15
Eliot Allen - Principal, Criterion Planners (Portland Ore) and contributor to Transformative Tools Registry “TOOLS for sustainably regenerating urban neighborhoods: rating systems and best practices guidelines for professionals and residents to share”
from Design principles, planning processes, community engagement strategies: how to leverage enviro-social-economic GOOD for STL and cities anywhere. (www.usgbc-mogateway.org for info and registration for Eliot Allen's STL presentations March 10-11 www.crit.com "Revitalizing Cities from Neighborhoods Up" 2015) N R —From free to budget-for-it: good TOOLS to guide neighborhood recharge are now gathered at www.transformativetools.org. We can collaborate and include as we work to give our urban neighborhoods new life.
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