Part one of a two-part post about vacant land, how it came to be, and how much it costs our beloved City.
Learn more about how the amount of greenspace in your neighborhood can have a big impact on your spatial memory.
Learn more about science-backed research that connects green space and improved mental health.
Green spaces are essential for a healthy community and planet. Read about the benefits of creating more in cities.
Learn more about the latest GSI installation Grounded is working on with the East Hills community, the rain gardens at the Park Hill Drive community.
You bring the team. We bring the tools. Beginning this spring, Grounded and Neighborhood Allies will roll out this shared community resource to volunteer groups and organizations. Reserve it today!
Grounded has teamed up with Free Store 15104, U. S. Steel, and Girl Scout Troop 53662 to build a play space and updated outdoor store layout for Free Store 15104.
The goal of the Grounded Strategies GSI project is to reduce the amount of combined sewer overflows occurring while also achieving community co-benefits.
11 residents in Homewood are piloting a Grounded Strategies incentive-based public stewardship model. In the first two months, the stewards completed over 70 hours of maintenance activities!
Grounded spent the 2017-2018 school year working with two student cohorts to design, plan, and build outdoor classrooms that reflect localized social and environmental issues.
Lots to Love is a guide for community organizations and residents who are interested in transforming vacant lots into well-loved spaces.
November 19 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
November 25 @ 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
November 29 @ 8:00 AM - 11:30 PM
November 16, 2018
We all know that spending time in greenspace is healthy…
November 12, 2018
Numbers don’t lie. Well, if we are being honest, they…
November 9, 2018
A new study published in July is one of the…