Indiana Travel: The Enjoyment of Quiet Sports

Listen to the podcast. I started camping because it was low cost, but fell in love with it. Even after my career progressed and I could afford a power boat, I remained rooted in human powered sports because of the … Continued

Webinar: Enbridge 6b Pipeline Risks & Solutions

This is the recorded video taken from today’s webinar presented by Nathan Pavlovic and Nicole Barker from Save the Dunes. Webinar Link: Enbridge Pipeline 6b Risks and Solutions Resources mentioned during the webinar: Indiana Residents Concerned About Enbridge Facebook Page … Continued

Vacant to Vibrant: Gary Hosts Green Infrastructure Community Forum

(Gary, Ind.)- The City of Gary’s Vacant to Vibrant community kick-off forum to discuss Gary’s green revitalization efforts will take place Thursday, February 28, 2013 at the Aquatorium, 6918 Oak Avenue in Gary from 5-7pm. The community kick-off forum will … Continued

Indiana Dunes: Behind a Photographer’s Lens

Listen to the podcast. I find the dunes to be very peaceful and therapeutic environment…kind of mystical in a way. Host Kathy Sipple speaks with photographer Pete Doherty owner of Doherty Images, LLC. It looks different every time you go, … Continued

Frog Monitoring Workshop – February 26th

The abundance and distribution of frogs over time is an important indicator of the health of aquatic Ecosystems, as frogs are very sensitive to changes in their environment. Land managers utilize these indicator species as an early warning sign of … Continued

Northwest Indiana’s First Food Swap is Coming March 10th

Listen to the podcast interview. 219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Toni Snearly, founder of NWI Food Swap. Register for the March 10th event at Mothering By Nature in Valparaiso. According to Food Swap Network, a food swap is a

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