“We’d like for many of the children to be able to walk or bike ride to the sites where the trees are planted so they can get to know them over a lifetime."
This month, you'll find ballet at Hartwood Acres, marching bands at Kennywood and wizards in Bellevue!
“We're proposing a partnership, which means that we're going to take all of the things that the public own today and they will continue to own them.”
How to control flooding in Pittsburgh? Green stormwater management projects like this one will help.
The Centre and Herron site is the second of four demonstration projects PWSA is creating as part of the City-Wide Green First Plan.
Pittsburgh has more than enough summer fun for you and the kids this July.
Want more beautiful riverfront trails? Here’s your chance to help Friends of the Riverfront and ALCOSAN
“We are akin organizations and we share a mission to have clean waterways and riverfronts for this region."
The University of Pittsburgh and Alcoa are applying creative approaches to the problem of carbon dioxide emissions, aiming to create technologies that will make a difference.
What makes June an amazing time for kids in Pittsburgh? LEGO art, a giant bounce house and so much more!
Tree Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy are conducting research that could prevent the further destruction of urban forests.
Make the most of May with these cool Pittsburgh events for kids and families!