Sarah McCandliss replied to the topic Planning Sustainable Neighborhoods and Cities: Bringing Theory into Practice in the forum SUSTAINABILITY & DESIGN 13 years, 9 months ago
Hi Jay, this doesn’t exactly speak to your point but I think it is a related issue: unsustainable communities and how to manage them. I’d be interested to hear others’ thoughts on this idea for dealing with Michigan’s economic crash.
I was pretty shocked by this article in today’s (4/22/09 Earth Day!) New York Times: An Effort to Save Flint,…[Read more]
Thanks Jeff, those photos are intense. Do you think they will repurpose all of those bricks?
Anyone remember Brown Hall?
I attended Ohio State for my MLA program and felt it was generally very good. However, once I got into my thesis subject I learned that really noone on the faculty there was an expert in my area of interest and that I really should have been at U of Illinios Champaign-Urbana. (Sorry, OSU!!) So, what I suggest is for you to do a little…[Read more]
Sarah McCandliss replied to the topic ethnobotanical study of plant used by midwifery for pre and post-natal care. in the forum PLANTS & HORTICULTURE 14 years ago
Here is a link to a great company that finds sustainably grown herbs and such used by different kinds of practitioners: Auyerveda, Chinese medicine, aromatherapy, etc.: http://www.floracopeia.com. Maybe they could hook you up with some of their products and sources for this kind of thing.