Today we had a chance to visit one of Albany's sustainable development projects. Talking Walking Garden means "sound" of waterfalls. The 60-acre Talking Water Gardens is an engineered water treatment wetland right in the City of Albany. The Project was built in 2010 thru a partnership by the cities of Albany and Millersburg with metals … Continue reading Yes, we can “build” a natural environment.
The City of Albany is the county seat and the largest city in Linn County. It is known as Oregon's "Hub City" and "Rare Metals Capital of the World". Albany seems to be a very quiet and peaceful place. What's really interesting about the City of Albany is it has a strong park system with … Continue reading Hello there, Albany!
This spring, three emerging leaders from the Philippines, namely: Juvelyn Boniba-Pamonag (National Economic and Development Authority, Region-VI), Jerico Roy Germar (Department of Social Welfare and Development Central Office), and Cirilo Lagnason, Jr. (Department of Environment and Natural Resources Region XII), head to the United States of America to participate in the Young Southeast Asian Leaders … Continue reading Developing Youth Leadership for a More Sustainable Environment