PSU Pittsburgh Northside Charette

As an extension of the One Northside AIM project, Penn State landscape architecture students are now developing designs for areas in California-Kirkbride, Manchester and East Deutschtown as well as ways to connect the 18 neighborhoods of the Northside. Community input is a key part of this process, so we hope that you can join them at this event! Please meet at the New Hazlett Theater on 10/1/2015 from 6 pm - 8 pm. Light refreshments will be served.

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Inspire Speakers Series Presents: Will Allen, Stephen Ritz, and Jennifer Flanagan

Food=Community. By investing in healthy, fresh and local food, we can, Create Jobs, Improve Public Health, Connect Communities, Teach Useful Skills & Reduce Food Waste. Food connects all of us and is central to some of our region’s most pressing issues. Join us to learn how an urban farmer, a social entrepreneur, and a teacher are using food as a key to creating more livable places for all. [bctt tweet="Join me for the next #InspireSpeakerSeries w/ @GreenBXMachine, @CKichtenPGH & @GrowingPower-https://groundedpgh.org/?p=5781"]

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Phipps feature: Deepening Roots: Our Growing Connections to the Botanical World

Deepening Roots: Our Growing Connections to the Botanical World At Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens through March 17, an amazing new series of "plant profile" paintings by celebrated local artist Ashley Cecil will capture your imagination and challenge your perceptions of the relationships between people and plants. Thursday, March 7, 2019 5:30 PM, Artist Talk at the Biophilia: Pittsburgh meeting Café Phipps (at the main entrance) 7-9 PM, Closing Reception Phipps’ Welcome Center Gallery (at the main entrance) Attendance is…

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Land Lab

Northside Land Lab Series Throughout the Land Lab series, we will focus on themes of vacant land designed to provide residents with resources, tools, and information to take meaningful action in addressing vacant land and blight in their neighborhood.  

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2020 Census Civic Engagement Training: Children & Families

In case you missed our first civic engagement training, GPNP is hosting a second training for nonprofits serving historically under-counted communities for the 2020 Census. Register on Eventbrite For children under 18, especially children of color, an accurate Census count is critical for the funding of programs that families across southwestern Pennsylvania benefit from, such as: the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), the National School Lunch Program, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), as well as local public schools. Join us on February…

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Health Access Community Discussion

Join the Steel Rivers Council of Governments and the Allegheny County Health Department for a talk about health care access in your community. The Steel Rivers COG and ACHD are hosting a discussion about what health care access looks like in your town. Come share your thoughts and experiences about what works and what could be better about going to the doctor. This talk is open and welcome to all. Refreshments will be provided. RSVPs are required. To RSVP, select…

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