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Volunteers Build an Urban Forest

(Photo by Robert Barossi)

by Robert Barossi

Lots of environmental volunteer stories involve heading out into the wilderness, deep into woods and forests, to conduct volunteer work. 175 more words

Robert Barossi

Julia West: In Port in Pascagoula, MS, March 17, 2015

NOAA Teacher at Sea
Julia West
Aboard NOAA ship Gordon Gunter
March 17 – April 2, 2015

Mission: Winter Plankton Survey
Geographic area of cruise:  1,038 more words

NOAA Teacher At Sea

MissPres News Roundup 3-16-2015

I know you’re probably exhausted, as I am, from a weekend of revelry in celebration of Pi Day, but alas, it’s time to get down to business. 1,135 more words


MissPres News Roundup 3-2-2015

Lots of news in the last two weeks, so let’s go.

In Starkville, the0$55 million conversion of the Cooley Building, the old John M. Stone textile mill, into a convention, hotel, and office center is moving along and is expected to be completed in early May, according to the… 819 more words

Historic Preservation

MissPres News Roundup 1-12-2015

How about a little news roundup to get us back into the news in this New Year?

There’s hopeful news out of Pascagoula, where the stunning Modern/Googie-style high-rise building built as the Pascagoula-Moss Point and later occupied by Hancock Bank has new owners and a new future. 862 more words


Auld Lang Syne: Friends We Lost in 2014

It’s time to start our traditional MissPres end-of-year lists for 2014 and as usual, we begin with a sad list of lost historic buildings. Some of these have gotten attention through the year, some haven’t, but I think it’s important to see them again in a long row to remind ourselves why we are preservationists. 835 more words

Historic Preservation