Sarah Koenig will be presenting about using stakeholder input to inform a data driven methodology for revitalizing an urban watershed.
Online publication, Progrss, featured GTECH as part of its Creative Cities Tour. Read the article about how GTECH is tackling blight, one vacant lot at a time.
Ian Brown and Kristen Golomb from Propel Schools will be discussing: "Placemaking - Kids Reclaiming their environment through community design and the arts."
Several members of GTECH's team were selected to present at the 2017 National Environmental Justice Conference.
You bring the team. We bring the tools. Beginning this spring, GTECH and Neighborhood Allies will roll out this shared community resource to volunteer groups and organizations. Reserve it today!
Maps for the Northside Neighborhood Trails are now available to the public! To find out more about this project and pick up your own maps today, click the button below.
Check out the full report describing the process and methodology used to calculate the ecological, economic and social impact of our ReClaim McKeesport Ambassador Program.
GTECH celebrated the dedication of Green Playce #6 with the Hosanna House.
With a slide, tire climb and two outdoor chalkboards, this site is one you don't want to miss!
4 years in the making and it's finally here! Check out Homewood's newest community parklet. We always love when resident ideas finally turn into action on the ground!
In partnership with Trinity Church of God in Christ and Youth CAST, we successfully opened our fourth Green Playce in October! This site honors the tradition of ingenuity and steel in the area.
Lots to Love is a guide for community organizations and residents who are interested in transforming vacant lots into well-loved spaces.
April 21 @ 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
March 27 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
March 14, 2017
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March 9, 2017
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March 6, 2017
We have been working hard to prepare our latest…