Meet Us In Schenley Park To Talk About Green Infrastructure Projects

August 11, 2017 by Lauryn Stalter

At the end of 2016, Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) released the City-Wide Green First Plan, a framework for using green...

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Project Updates: Chicken Hill (McKinley Park) And Four Mile Run Watershed (Including Schenley Park)

March 17, 2017 by Lauryn Stalter

This year, we're excited to be collaborating with communities to shape two plans that will have a city-wide stormwater impact through projects in...

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Make A Trip To See The Renewed Westinghouse Memorial

September 30, 2016 by Lauryn Stalter

Since its dedication in 1930, the Westinghouse Memorial has been an exceptional feature of Schenley Park. 

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Explore The Panther Hollow Watershed On This Self-Guided Tour

September 15, 2016 by A Parks Pal

The Schenley Park that you know today has changed tremendously throughout history. 

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Have You Herd? Goats A Smart Solution To A Serious Park Problem

August 18, 2016 by Lauryn Stalter

There's a landscaping crew working around the clock in Pittsburgh's parks and greenways, clearing hill and hollow of pesky invasive plants. This...

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A Race with the Red Queen

February 26, 2016 by Lauryn Stalter

No disrespect to the ancients, but the best time to plant a tree was not 20 years ago. It might be this year.

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Awash With Opportunity: Let's Create a Better Stormwater Plan for Pittsburgh

November 24, 2015 by Lauryn Stalter

Pittsburghers, opportunity is just around the river bend.

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Take a Tour of the New Frick Environmental Center

November 5, 2015 by Lauryn Stalter

Like the unfolding of a page in a pop-up book, the new Frick Environmental Center has been growing from a flat architectural rendering into a real...

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Projects Underway: Schenley, Cliffside and Frick Park Updates

August 31, 2015 by Lauryn Stalter

The parks as you know them are getting even better.

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Healthy Watersheds, Greener Streets

August 11, 2015 by Lauryn Stalter

Imagine for a moment that you're a doctor. But instead of treating people, you're charged with healing a watershed.

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