November 2012

The Next Generation of Parks | Pirrama Park, Sydney

November 26, 2012 by Elizabeth Hixson

Meet Pirrama Park, an award-winning, multifunctional public park in Sydney, Australia. This new waterfront amenity reflects the site’s maritime history and educates visitors about water through playful elements. The name, Pirrama, comes from the local indigenous name for the area. Scope According to the City of Sydney, the 1.8 hectacre (4.45 acre) Pirrama Park’s design.....

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GTMD | Experiencing technical difficulties

November 15, 2012 by Janette Law

In the old days it would be a TV screen filled with snow, but in today’s online world of a 24-hour fundraising frenzy it’s the “spinning wheel.” Many are experiencing trouble accessing our SiteSeeing page on Razoo’s Give to the Max site; and the page you do view may not reflect the true level of.....

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EVENT | This Thursday, Nov 15, Please “Give to the Max” to support SiteSeeing for kids

November 12, 2012 by Janette Law

Give to the Max Day is Thursday, November 15, 2012! Last year, donors from all over contributed to the “tree-covery” effort for North Minneapolis neighborhoods devastated by the spring 2011 tornado. Thank you! This year, we’re asking you to support our SiteSeeing Design Curriculum. Our Give to the Max Day Goal is $11,000, for youngsters.....

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The Next Generation of Parks | Atlanta BeltLine

November 5, 2012 by Elizabeth Hixson

Project Atlanta BeltLine, Georgia, USA Can we leverage parks and transit corridors to build a better, more connected city? Atlanta’s BeltLine, a multifaceted plan to add transit, parks, trails, affordable housing, art, preservation, and clean polluted sites, does just that. Initially the vision of a graduate student’s doctoral thesis, the BeltLine gained traction with the.....

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