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June 29th, 2017

Second Round of Design Grants for 2017

The Community Design Collaborative is proud to announce its newest Design Grants and nonprofit partners!

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Renovate, Expand, Move, or What? An Urban School Design Charette
Julia. R. Masterman Laboratory and Demonstration School is the kind of school I wish I’d gone to. Granted, I grew up in rural southern Oregon so it wasn’t an option, but...
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Bowling Ball 2009, The Big Lebowski, and Bittenbender Construction
A toast-- or at least a round of White Russians-- to Bittenbender Construction, the  first Big Lebowski sponsor of the Collaborative's annual Bowling Ball fundraiser. Join...
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Bright Idea: ECA to Create Green Jobs Training Center
The Energy Coordinating Agency has received a 1.1 $ million grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to renovate its warehouse in Kensington as a LEED Silver...
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Collaborative Blog Goes Live April 1st. No Fooling!
Welcome to the Community Design Collaborative's online source of news and updates. Here, you'll find fresh info about our projects, initiatives, and events. You'll also find...
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Food Access: A New Cause for Michelle Obama?
Last week, Michelle Obama's new kitchen garden sparked lots of commentary  about fresh produce and the growing sustainable food movement. In Fresh Food for Urban Deserts, the New...
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Catch Up with Our Clients
Nonprofits take many steps and different paths as they move through preliminary design to construction. Recent updates from several of our clients reflect the  stages in that...
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Meet Our Volunteers: Alex Chan
2009 - Alex Chan's interest in design started in seventh grade, when his Construction Technology teacher asked him and his classmates to design their dream homes. "That first...
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Green Walls and More for Dickinson Square
Posted by Linda Dottor The dedicated members of Friends of Dickinson Square  regularly pick up litter and tend the park’s 25 fledgling shade trees. But, in 2007, the group...
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