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What Our Water's Worth: Chicago produce distributor goes bananas saving water
  • 2/13/2012
  • What Our Water's Worth
What Our Water's Worth is a campaign led by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Openlands to raise awareness about the value of water in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Chicago produce distributor goes bananas saving water. By Tina Seaman, photos by Emily Cikanek…
What Our Water's Worth: From gray to green infrastructure
  • 1/12/2012
  • What Our Water's Worth
What Our Water's Worth is a campaign led by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Openlands to raise awareness about the value of water in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. From gray to green: Investing in sustainable infrastructure Nan Buckardt, director of…
What Our Water's Worth: Good riddance, radium
  • 12/6/2011
  • What Our Water's Worth
What Our Water's Worth is a campaign led by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Openlands to raise awareness about the value of water in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Good riddance, radium: Ion-exchange provides clean water in Lake Zurich, Ill. Public Works Director…
What Our Water's Worth: Planning well into the future
  • 11/8/2011
  • What Our Water's Worth
What Our Water's Worth is a campaign led by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Openlands to raise awareness about the value of water in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Planning well into the future by Marie Donahue, MPC Research Assistant City of Batavia Water…
What Our Water's Worth: Not your father's water meter
  • 10/4/2011
  • What Our Water's Worth
What Our Water's Worth is a campaign led by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Openlands to raise awareness about the value of water in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Not your father's water meter When one of his customers received a whale of a water bill for more than…
What Our Water's Worth: Beach cleanups a practice worth "parroting"
  • 9/6/2011
  • What Our Water's Worth
What Our Water's Worth is a campaign led by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Openlands to raise awareness about the value of water in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Beach cleanups a practice worth "parroting" Terri Dale, head of the Northwest Indiana Parrothead Club's…
What Our Water's Worth e-newsletter: Fixing leaks every day of the week
  • 8/2/2011
  • What Our Water's Worth
What Our Water's Worth is a campaign led by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Openlands to raise awareness about the value of water in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Fixing leaks every day of the week Skip Semetulskis of Illinois American Water / Photo by Emily Cikanek …
What Our Water's Worth e-newsletter: Building green, saving blue
  • 7/5/2011
  • What Our Water's Worth
What Our Water's Worth is a campaign led by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Openlands to raise awareness about the value of water in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Green building ‘an easy sell’ that’s gaining ground George K. Tuhowski III is on a…
What Our Water's Worth: Fishing the Chicago River
  • 6/6/2011
  • What Our Water's Worth
What Our Water's Worth is a campaign led by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Openlands to raise awareness about the value of water in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Hall of Fame fisherman sees Chicago River as 'jewel in the rough' Angler Don Dubin shows off a fish he…
What Our Water's Worth e-newsletter May 2011
  • 5/3/2011
  • What Our Water's Worth
What Our Water's Worth is an ongoing campaign led by the Metropolitan Planning Council and Openlands to raise awareness about the value of water in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Rooftop garden makes rain a resource Breanne Heath and Dave Vondle are growing their own food…

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