Meg Baltes

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Living Building Challenge Spotlight: A Conversation with Angela Yuele, PPC Horticulturist

October 1, 2019 by Meg Baltes

When you visit Frick Environmental Center, do you think about how each tree, shrub, flower, and tiny plant surrounding it has grown? Do you wonder...

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A Conversation on Hays Woods

August 27, 2019 by Meg Baltes

Hays Woods, Pittsburgh’s largest urban forest, is on track to become officially and permanently preserved for public use. Spanning over 600 acres...

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Program Spotlight: Healthy, Active, and Green

August 6, 2019 by Meg Baltes

Program Spotlight: Healthy, Active, and GreenA Conversation with Mike Cornell, Naturalist Educator

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Frick Environmental Center & the Living Building Challenge: Where are We Now?

July 30, 2019 by Meg Baltes

Since Frick Environmental Center (FEC) opened in 2016, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy has been diligent in collecting data on its energy usage....

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