Posts by anyman

Good Thoghts from Good Food Jobs

Posted by on Jan 16, 2018 | 0 comments

I know that we have few followers on this site and even less visits. But for those of you who subscribed in the past, I’d still like to add a little something once in a while. I hope to see this website become something to someone, someday and somehow, and so my hope lives on. Good Food Jobs is a site I don’t need; I’m not looking for a job. But I stay on the email list because I like the monthly email introduction; I don’t usually go delving any further into the blog. There are some really good things about it if you do delve deeper, and the passion and joy of the founders I think is easily...

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Exploring Placemaking in Mexico City

Posted by on Feb 19, 2017 | 0 comments

Exploring Placemaking in Mexico City

This article discusses the adventures of exploring peacemaking in at the Foro Lindbergh section of Parque México in Mexico City. Finding what works isn’t about a couple of community meetings and setting the course for a couple of activities, but can mean a series of trials and error, as well as a continual willingness to be flexible and adventurous. I think this project emphasizes the importance of grasping the idea that the use of a space changes over time and with the dynamics of the groups that primarily use that...

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Design Criteria for Flood Resilience

Posted by on Dec 18, 2016 | 0 comments

 

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A Critical Analysis of Forest Gardens

Posted by on Jul 3, 2016 | 0 comments

Here is an interesting article that is a critical analysis of forest gardens in temperate regions. It is worth a read even if you disagree. I think there are ideas here that are worth more discussion and thought into problem solving.

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Heavy Metals and Effectiveness of Long-term Bioretention

Posted by on Mar 16, 2016 | 0 comments

Heavy Metals and Effectiveness of Long-term Bioretention

This article provides a research review concerning the efficacy of long-term bioretention use. The results of the presented data is interesting and encouraging!

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