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Light up a Party or a Jobsite with Clean Power

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

Aug 14, 2014 1:51:00 PM

Got a big party? Or a building site that needs power? A Kohler Generator can provide economical, clean power.

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The Frontlines of Climate Change: Wildfire

Posted by Sara Gutterman

Jul 31, 2014 11:06:00 AM

I have recently relocated from the rugged shores of the San Juan Islands in Washington to the craggy peaks of the San Juan Mountains in my beloved home state of Colorado—from the temperate softness of the cedars and hemlock to the majestic vigor of the spruce, firs, and pines.

I developed my love for forests long ago, when youthful compulsion drove me to alight the branches of any tree strong enough to bear my weight. Countless hours were spent fashioning tree houses that served as hideout, fort, or lair, depending on my whim. That love evolved as I engaged in the many joys and activities that the mountains offer, and ultimately helped define my career path.

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Construction Begins on Green, Hurricane-Proof Home

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

Jun 19, 2014 8:29:00 AM

Building for disaster continues to be emphasized in areas that have been affected by storms. Hurricane Sandy swept away and/or severely damaged numerous homes, but on a sunny day, an ocean view is hard to beat. So what is being called the Sunset Green home is under way. This LEED home strives to be hurricane proof. 

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Designing for Disaster Opens at National Building Museum

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

May 15, 2014 1:05:00 PM

Floods, earthquakes, sinkholes, tornadoes, hurricanes—we live in a world full of the potential for disaster.

Designing for Disaster at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., opened Sunday, May 11 and will be open until mid-August 2015.

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Happy Earth Day

Posted by Christina B. Farnsworth

Apr 22, 2014 1:27:54 PM

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