Archive for the water Category

‘YouTube Night’ Recap

Thank you to everyone who came out Wednesday night, Amanda, Steve, Mary, John, Andy, Laine, Kendrick, Connor, Katelyn, Nicole, the nice girl who will have to remain nameless since I never properly                                               […]

Evan’s Labor Day Fall Garden Update

Hi everyone, I hope you’ve been enjoying the festivities and relaxation of Labor Day Weekend, I personally have spent much of the past two days reminding myself that the Public Library is closed; I love that place. I do have some fairly good news to report about the garden: it’s not dead , but coming […]

“Get Off the Bottle” tour coming to Norman

Please join NSN, OUr Earth, and the Sierra Club Red Earth Group for a free screening of Tapped!, a new documentary about the big business of bottled water. Producer Sarah Olson and Director Stephanie Soechtig will be on hand for a Q&A after the film. When: 7pm, Tuesday, April 6 Where: Norman High School Auditorium, […]

Norman hosting public forums on water issues

The City is hosting a series of public forums to explore long-term solutions for drinking water.  The forums are open to everyone with an interest in water and Norman’s future. They will be held in the City Council Chambers, 201 W. Gray Street.  They begin at 6 p.m. and will last approximately two hours.  The […]

Low-impact development planned for Trailwoods

From The Norman Transcript: In a society monopolized by the idea of “greening up,” Richard McKown isn’t afraid of brown. McKown, developer for Norman-based Ideal Homes, doesn’t fertilize his yard, deeming the plant food one of the main culprits of water pollution. Despite neighborhood campaigns to convince him that he’s tarnishing the area’s green aesthetic, […]