In another Missing Middle Models blog post, we talked with Christine Walker of Navigate LLC about the strategies involved in establishing and operating a Community Land Trust to address housing needs, as well as design and market strategies that are shaping equitable communities in mountain destinations like Bozeman, Montana.
Hazelwood Green, Pittsburgh's largest riverfront development site, has selected the evolveEA team to design a series of bus stops throughout the neighborhood in collaboration with artists Alisha B. Wormsley and Carin Mincemoyer.
The Sharpsburg Ecodistrict is now EcoDistricts Certified, joining Millvale and Etna to become the third community in the world to attain this certification! Certified EcoDistricts prioritize Climate Protection, Resilience, and Equity.
The Etna EcoDistrict Plan continues to attract recognition from planning and design associations like the American Planning Association and American Institute of Architects, and has won a Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence.
The Millvale Air Quality Plan was initiated because the Pittsburgh region ranks in the worst 4% of US cities for air quality, emphasizing a major health risk. As part of their Ecodistrict Pivot 2.0 Plan, Millvale Borough set the goal to become a “clean air community where people can breathe easy indoors and out”. The Breathe Easy Plan and implementation projects demonstrate how a citizen science research project can utilize expertise in the region to empower residents and produce impactful placemaking strategies.
We are excited to welcome a record-breaking Rail~Volution crowd to Pittsburgh this month! As such, we will be using the conference’s hashtag to invite our friends from out of town to take local transit to food and drink spots all around the city.