December 20, 1996Plywood for interior walls being hoisted.
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February 22, 2003Alumnus Rohan Loveland attended the May 2002 workshop. He returned for a brief visit with his parents Radon and Mary Loveland and his friend Stephen Ulrich. The discussion in the cafe centers around a project that the Loveland family wants to do during their visit. Scott Riley, head of utilities, Agriculture manager Adam Nordfors and chief of electricity at Arcosanti, Dr. Sparks, suggest to refurbish the old well pump in camp. The Loveland family donated funds to engage a pump-specialist and the time to address the problem and get it solved. We now have a working pump to expand the irrigation system for the gardens and the second field. “Thank You” to Rohan and his family for their time and generous donation. [from left] Scott Riley, Radon Loveland, Adam Nordfors, Stephen Ulrich, Rohan Loveland, Dr. Sparks and Mary Loveland. [Photo & Text: sa]
February 24, 2006The agriculture crew is working on a trench surrounding a portion of the large field behind camp. Keeping cows, as well as native browsers away from the crops has been a recurrent problem. [Photo & Text: ss]The agriculture crew is working on a trench surrounding a portion of the large field behind camp. Keeping cows, as well as native browsers away from the crops has been a recurrent problem. [Photo & Text: ss] Current workshoppers Dylan and Lisa contribute some labor to the task, which was begun over a year ago. This solution was suggested by Saravanan, a workshopper from Sarah Beth has worked in the Agriculture department on and off since April 2003. She really enjoys digging. [Photo & Text: ss]
Pictured at the launch of a packed programme of Community Relations Week events across the North West wereLaura Hamilton, Community Relations Officer, Derry City Council, tDeputy Mayor of Derry, Alderman Gary Middleton, Peter Osbourne, chair, Community Relations Council, and Carol Stewart, Community Relations Officer, Derry City Council. Photo: Lorcan Doherty PhotographyThe Community Relations Council (CRC) has welcomed the packed programme of events planned for Community Relations Week in the North West.With over 50 events registered to take place in the Derry City Council area alone, and many more in other council areas, CRC said it demonstrated the strong commitment there is in the North West to building a united community.Community Relations Week takes place next week (16-22 June) with more than 175 events registered to happen across Northern Ireland. ShareTweet It is co-ordinated by CRC and will feature events staged by a wide range of organisations, including local councils, schools, community and voluntary groups, and public bodies.CRC is supporting today’s North West launch event for Community Relations Week, organised by Derry City Council in the Guildhall.Entitled “NRG4 Identity?,” it is showcasing some of the activities taking place locally during the week.CRC chairman, Peter Osborne, congratulated all of those taking part in Community Relations Week in the North West. He said: “CRC is delighted with the packed programme of events in the North West for this year’s Community Relations Week, which will help highlight the valuable community relations work that goes on year-round to build and sustain relationships.“Community relations work is as important and urgent now as ever before, and we are grateful to everyone in the North West who is organising or attending events during the week.”CRC WELCOMES PACKED COMMUNITY RELATIONS WEEK PROGRAMME was last modified: June 9th, 2014 by stephenstephen Tags: communityDerrynorthrelationsweekwest