Read about Odera's Experience at the Environmental Justice Town Hall Meeting in Philly!
Tab and his lawnmower have been fixtures of the community and represent the outsized role neighbors have had to take on to keep their blocks maintained.
Learn how the principles of agroecology can be employed to create sustainable living conditions.
Check out this article to learn about the benefits of Green Stormwater Infrastructure and how you can voice you opinion on its implementation in Pittsburgh!
A group of residents in Larimer adopted 9 vacant lots, transforming them from neighborhood nuisances to neighborhood amenities.
In Summer 2018 members of the Knoxville Community Council (KCC), Kingdom of Life Fellowship Church, & Economic Development South implemented a Green Playce site in Knoxville that is out of this world!
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!
The goal of the Grounded Strategies GSI project is to reduce the amount of combined sewer overflows occurring while also achieving community co-benefits.
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 25, 2019
Project Coordinator, Odera Igwe, attended the Environmental Justice Town Hall…
November 20, 2019
Blog by Sean Cuff, Policy Fellow In early August, I…
November 4, 2019
The Grounded team attended the Reclaiming Vacant Properties (RVP) Conference…
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