Feed on
Posts
Comments

Category Archive for 'Green Architecture Blog'

Yesterday I was privileged to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony of the brand new Henderson-Hopkins Partnership School, a truly innovative K to 8 & Early Childhood Center public school — over eight years in the making.  TerraLogos: eco architecture served as the Green Building coordinator and led the design team to integrate many of the [...]

Read Full Post »

On May 28th, TerraLogos: eco architecture attended GreenScape 2013 at the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. GreenScape was organized by The Student Environmental Leadership Action Team (SELAT) to share information and get input on environmental issues relevant to the youth. SELAT is a committee of the Baltimore Green Schools Network that is made up of students, parents, [...]

Read Full Post »

Great Kids Farm

At the 2013 FlowerMart we presented information on Green and Healthy Schools and shared a booth with Farm Manager Greg Strella and several of the students from Great Kids Farm.  Their story was fascinating and on Wednesday May 15th we took a tour of the farm.  While there we learned about their mission to provide [...]

Read Full Post »

On May 10th, TerraLogos:eco architecture attended the dedication of two newly renovated rowhomes at 2513 and 2515 Jefferson Street in Baltimore, MD. The homes are a part of the Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake’s “Neighborhood Stabilization Program – Part 2” (NSP2) house renovation funded through the US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. The [...]

Read Full Post »

TerraLogos participated in the 2013 Baltimore FlowerMart, an annual event held since 1911 in the Mt Vernon neighborhood.   We manned a booth presenting information, handing out flyers, and engaging visitors in the Green School movement for our city schools.  With the recent funding legislation to implement a 10-year schools re-investment and renovation program, getting the [...]

Read Full Post »

With the recent passage of the off shore wind legislation in Maryland, TerraLogos believes that questions on fracking for natural gas and the XL Keystone pipeline are in order. Does the US really need to secure fossil fuel resources that are potentially harmful, or is there a better way through the investment in renewable energy [...]

Read Full Post »

The average American family produces nearly 500 pounds of organic waste material each year. What we know as “garbage” essentially goes to the landfill as part of the municipal solid waste stream”. But garbage can be turned into compost fairly easily if handled properly. As noted in the January 2nd edition of the East Baltimore [...]

Read Full Post »

Everyone knows how easy it is to recycle paper and plastic.  In most counties you just set it out to be picked up each week.  However that weekly pickup typically will not accept electronics and batteries.  This doesn’t mean that you should just throw out those old electronics.  Computer monitors, televisions, batteries, and circuit boards [...]

Read Full Post »

TerraLogos took an end of the year trip to visit the recently completed historic renovation of Schmucker Hall at the Theological Lutheran Seminary located in Gettysburg, PA.  The new Seminary Ridge Museum will allow visitors to walk the halls where wounded soldiers suffered, hear the voices of duty and devotion, and stand in the spot [...]

Read Full Post »

TerraLogos: eco architecture participated in the Baltimore Housing Builders Expo on Saturday June 9, 2012, at the Westside Skills center. The Expo was targeted to home buyers, developers and builders who are rebuilding Baltimore primarily through the Vacants to Value program, managed by the Baltimore Housing Authority. Vacants to Value is the Baltimore City’s premier, [...]

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »