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New! Carbon Footprint Maps | CoolClimate Network

  Click to find the average annual carbon footprint where you live. New! Carbon Footprint Maps | CoolClimate Network.  

The World’s Most Advanced Building Material Is… Wood

“But the biggest driving force behind the turn toward wood is a growing awareness among architects and developers about their field’s contribution to climate change. “Our industry leads all others in terms of its impact on the planet and human health,” Waugh says. Concrete and steel require enormous amounts of energy to produce and transport, […]

The Climate Trust | [AUDIO] Entrepreneurs Find Ways To Make Money From Carbon Emissions

Follow this link to listen: The Climate Trust | [AUDIO] Entrepreneurs Find Ways To Make Money From Carbon Emissions.

Promise campaigns across the country use Lake County as inspiration

Promise campaigns across the country use Lake County as inspiration By Kurt Liedtke A veritable fortune of financial support for Lake County students exists to pursue higher education opportunities, recognizing that value in education is the key in maintaining economic vitality. Many of these funds have been formed to replicate the intention of the Bernard […]

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Architect Michael Green believes there’s a new market for Oregon wood products, in our skyscrapers

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KCC Lake County to hold ESL and GED courses in Lakeview in Spring 2015

USDA Rural Development program has awarded $194,053 to the ILC

A grant of $194,053 will help Klamath Community College (KCC) provide college-level courses to Lake County residents. The funds will support installation of advanced communications technology providing live, real time video connections allowing KCC instructors to deliver college courses to students in five Lake County locations: the Innovation and Learning Center, Lake District Hospital, Lakeview […]

In Southern Oregon, a $200M project to turn forestry waste into jet fuel – Portland Business Journal

In Southern Oregon, a $200M project to turn forestry waste into jet fuel – Portland Business Journal.      

Stewardship Group Receives National Award

Each year, the U.S. Forest Service recognizes groups and individuals who significantly improved the health of watersheds across the United States. This year, the Lakeview Stewardship Group has received the “2014 Chief’s Meeting America’s Needs Award” for their forest restoration accomplishments. The Lakeview Stewardship Group was recognized for their inspiration and model in forest conservation […]