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People for Urban Progress *UPDATE*

The Indy Cog has linked to a new non-profit organization known as People for Urban Progress, which seeks to link green urban design, cycling, and transit. Since this blog was founded on those principles 2 and a half years ago, I am smitten by this. Their project to recycle the RCA Dome fabric is brilliant. It’s easy for me to sit in my chair and talk about this stuff, but these people are working on carrying out their vision. Update: I fixed their link in the text. Social Media ...
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Urban Farm Tour

I was lucky enough to attend last night’s urban farm tour put on by Slow Food Indy. With yesterday’s crazy weather, I was concerned that it might be rained out, but the weather cleared up just in time for the tour. In short, it was fantastic. The tour started and ended at R Bistro. They have their own garden: I love these little peppers: Then we walked towards Cottage Home neighborhood. Had to get a random building shot: We stopped at our first small farm: Walking south on Dorman, there’s a neat little pedestrian bridge: The next urban plot: Finally, Big City Farms, along...
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New Links

I’ve added a few new links for your perusal: The Ball State Architecture Archive is dedicated to connecting our history with the present day. I plan on visiting this exhibit when I have a chance, and blogging about it. It looks great from the other side of the window. Note to anyone who wishes to visit them: Call them in advance. The IMA Blog. Not really new, but they deserve to be linked. Where’s Indygo? A neat little tool for a person who wants to locate a bus. Also, the Indy Food Co-op seems to be rounding in to shape. Social Media ...
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