Archive for 'Parks'
This Saturday, October 24, is the International Day of Climate Action – a chance for communities around the world to unite behind a cause that affects us all. 350.org is facilitating over 3700 community actions in 163 countries. These actions will feature photographs of the number 350 taken in iconic locations. Why 350? Scientists say […]
By the time I made it downtown, the Park(ing) Day extravaganza was packing out. The sod was being rolled up, and the plants hauled away. It was only 3:30! (maybe next year things can last a bit longer so that the school crowd has a changed to experience it.) Anyway, it looked awesome – several […]
On Friday, September 19th, head on down to the corner of Market and Church streets to participate in Charleston’s National Park(ing) Day 2008 event. Temporary parks will be setup in an effort to celebrate city green spaces and encourage everyone to support the development of new parks. Very cool. Parks are an integral park of […]
Last week, Darla Moore announced the creation of the Charleston Parks Conservancy. Their main goal will be to improve the 120 city parks and green spaces, as well as encourage community stewardship in the effort. Green spaces are good spaces, and important for urban residents who seek to enjoy what we are all trying so […]