Information about Corbin Hill Road Farm Produce SupplierWould a strategy like this work in West Utica? Read a summary here: https://ourutica.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/corbin-hill-road-farm.pdf Check out their website: http://www.corbinhillfarm.com
The Rust2 Green Initiative in Utica
Other reUse ConceptsHere's a little concept document that highlights some really innovative reUse concepts...any takers? reMall Concept Document
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A Must-See Talk by Majora Carter…
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Over 2 years ago, the reUtica project was lauched with a home-grown film that presented a showcase of ideas. While the time has come for me to move on from this endeavor, I hope reUtica continues to inspire others to explore the possibilities … Continue reading
The Utica Firefly “is part live performance, part oral history project documenting the history, places and voices of Central New York.” As I see it, this project is working to create a new narrative about the place we call home … Continue reading
On October 15th, Utica’s NEW Instant Neighborhood Cafe, affectionately named “joe cart”, took to the streets for the first time. joe cart strives to be a grassroots, pedal-driven platform to showcase Utica’s local small businesses, non-profits and causes. As the … Continue reading
Utica joins the rest of the world on September 24th for Moving Planet –
reUtica focused on a number of strategies that could build our community while protecting our environment. The idea is that sustainability doesn’t have to be just environmental or economic – we can reap social benefits alongside environmental benefits. (This author … Continue reading
Over 100 Young Scholars students filled MacFarlane Auditorium at Utica College for reUtica’s third local screening. These students represent a diverse and bright group of middle school students from the Utica City School District. As part of their experience as … Continue reading
You don’t need to be an environmentalist to arrive at a formula that leads to a humane, healthful, happy and sustainable existence. It’s been rainy in Portland today (go figure) and I was feeling under the weather, so I had … Continue reading
Grandpa and Grandma, circa 1948 reUtica the film opened with a dedication to our grandfather, John Ossowski. As a figure in my life, Grandpa was a bit like the sky – ethereal, somewhat distant but always present. He was born … Continue reading
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