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This past weekend, our neighborhood association held a weekend retreat. It was a huge commitment of time for the residents of Cottage Home , a neighborhood nestled between downtown and near eastside Indianapolis. But, we had a great turn-out, and the energy all weekend was amazing.
First, let me tell you that Cottage Home was a working class neighborhood built around the big-boss' house back in the last 1800's, early 1900's. The homes… Continue
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, yard trimmings and food residuals together constitute 24 percent of the U.S. municipal solid waste stream. That's a lot of waste to send to landfills when it could become useful and environmentally beneficial compost instead!
The past couple of weeks I've been doing research for a client on the composting infrastructure in Indiana, and let me tell you folks, it is sad, sad, sad. Most communities, including Indianapolis, have some… Continue
Good morning, Julie. Yes - got your message. Let's do get together. I have been enjoying your articles! The canoe photo was taken by Pete, who works at the Eiteljorg Museum, and artist David Bridge took me for a ride in the canal downtown. (Click on photo for more info.) Susan
THANK YOU Julie for the valuable information and resources. Truly appreciated. It can be daunting at time to sort through the many resources available- nice to have a some solid recommendations. Will keep you posted! Have a beautiful day!
I'll bring you some goodies back then.
Is your neighborhood event only in those 2 days? Then I don't get to see your kitchen?!!
In the print version, I only see one picture looks like it's completed. But it looks great!! I just hope I can see more... I was thinking of using Marmoleum for my kids room. Let me know how you like your floor!
I was reading the article you wrote for Indiana Living Green last night (working on posting it on our website, which will go live tomorrow). What a great kitchen you have!! Love your stove!! Got a lot of pictures of the progress, but I don't have one after the completion. Like to see one!!
I think we might have met your family once downtown on Mass. Ave. I remember those Green Fest t-shirt you were all wearing. We did, too, I think....
My kids planted those sunflowers by the mailbox with the seeds we got from the Green Fest, did not realize they would be that tall!! Got a letter from the neighborhood association.... But we were proud!! Ha! HA!