Spring 2010: Going for Green

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  • Energy Efficiency - Profile: Rural Development, Inc.
  • Sustainable Sites - Profile: Coastal Enterprises, Inc.
  • Water Conservation - Profile: OPAL Community Land Trust
  • Green Rehabilitation - Profile: Umpqua CDC
  • Materials & Resources - Profile: Community Housing Partners
  • Indoor Air Quality - Profile: Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation
  • Special Feature - National Rural Housing Conference 2010: Learning Opportunities
 

Comments (3)

  1. I think those of us who are not natives can see eatlxcy what you see. The issue is changing the mindset of those who have become entrenched in the machine . Lockhart has to change, or it will continue to flounder. The leadership is complacent and seemingly uninterested in preparing for the future. By the next census, this will be a nice place where people used to live.The question then becomes, how do we affect positive change? There has to be some give on the part of leadership in order to have improvement. It's a truth of life: In order for something to grow, something has to die.
  2. I think those of us who are not natives can see ealtcxy what you see. The issue is changing the mindset of those who have become entrenched in the machine . Lockhart has to change, or it will continue to flounder. The leadership is complacent and seemingly uninterested in preparing for the future. By the next census, this will be a nice place where people used to live.The question then becomes, how do we affect positive change? There has to be some give on the part of leadership in order to have improvement. It's a truth of life: In order for something to grow, something has to die.
  3. I think those of us who are not natives can see ealtcxy what you see. The issue is changing the mindset of those who have become entrenched in the machine . Lockhart has to change, or it will continue to flounder. The leadership is complacent and seemingly uninterested in preparing for the future. By the next census, this will be a nice place where people used to live.The question then becomes, how do we affect positive change? There has to be some give on the part of leadership in order to have improvement. It's a truth of life: In order for something to grow, something has to die.
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