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Talkington Relase 100%

Marie Hanza, Executive Director (806) 763-4663 Lubbock Habitat Receives Grant from Talkington Foundation Funds will help continue Habitat’s mission [LUBBOCK, Texas] (February 12, 2014) – The J.T.


AMT Press Release 99%

MEDIA RELEASE  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Contact:  Ariel Brown  (972) 800‐9279  (806) 763‐4663    Lubbock Habitat hosts donation drive  Individuals encouraged to bring items to The Home Depot on 50th Street    [LUBBOCK, Texas] (October 18, 2013) – Lubbock Habitat for Humanity is  hosting its ‘Another Man’s Treasure’ event at The Home Depot on 50th Street  Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Items collected during the event  will be sold to the public through the organization’s ReStore. All funds generated  will support Habitat’s building program.  The event will give people in the community a chance to recycle household items  for a good cause. Lubbock Habitat will use these items as stock for its ReStore  which generates financial support for the construction of homes. “We’re looking  for those items that are new or gently used and can be resold to individuals  looking to remodel or update their homes,” said Habitat’s president, Lonnie  Hollingsworth.  Lubbock Habitat is committed to its mission of eliminating poverty housing and  invites the community to join in. By recycling their household and building  items, donors can make room for new items in their homes all while helping a  family in need.   Habitat will put on the event with help from various Texas Tech student groups.  Sponsors include Home Depot and Choice Media. Anyone looking to get  involved with the event or Lubbock Habitat in general should contact (806) 763‐ 4663 or log on to Those interested in shopping the ReStore  can visit our location at 2910 Avenue N.  ###    About Lubbock Habitat for Humanity  1  Over the past 26 years, Lubbock Habitat for Humanity has built 126 homes,  providing shelter for over 337 adults and children. Habitat welcomes all people  to join us as we build simple, decent, affordable houses in partnership with  God’s people in need. For more information, please visit or call our office at (806) 763‐4663.  About Habitat for Humanity International  Habitat for Humanity International is a global nonprofit Christian housing  organization that seeks to put God’s love into action by bringing people together  to build homes, communities and hope. Since 1976, Habitat has served more than  500,000 families by welcoming people of all races, religions and nationalities to  construct, rehabilitate or preserve homes; by advocating for fair and just housing  policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families  improve their shelter conditions. For more information, to donate or to  volunteer, please visit, or follow us at or at or join Habitat’s  blog community at    2


Homeowner Workshop Release 99%

Ariel Brown (806) 763‑4663 Lubbock Habitat introduces newest homeowner Low to moderate income families are urged to attend [LUBBOCK, Texas] (November 17, 2013) — Lubbock Habitat for Humanity will host a Homeowner Workshop on Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 9:00 a.m.


Decompression 99%

Aquanauts are then recompressed to ambient pressure in order to exit the habitat and ascend to a recovery vessel.


AsyaDedication Press Release 99%

Marie Hanza, Executive Director (806) 763‑4663 Lubbock Habitat to dedicate 127th house Local resident will receive keys to her newly constructed home [LUBBOCK, TX] ([February 7, 2014]) — Lubbock Habitat will dedicate its 127th home at a ceremony on Monday, February 17, 2013 at 5:30 p.m.


RPS Release 98%

Marie Hanza, Executive Director (806) 763-4663 Rock Paper Scissor Tournament to Benefit Lubbock Habitat Event sponsored by Big Al Mack from 106.1 KISS FM [LUBBOCK, Texas] (April 8, 2014) – Local residents are invited to form teams and compete in Big Al's 2nd Annual Rock Paper Scissors tournament on Saturday, April 19 at 12:00 p.m.


USMC Release (1) 98%

  Ariel  Brown   (972)  800-­‐‑9279   (806)  763-­‐‑4663     USMC  Volunteers  to  Build  a  Home  this  Saturday   Lubbock  Habitat  for  Humanity  hosts  volunteers  from  the  Marine  Corps     [LUBBOCK,  Texas]  (August  5,  2013) - This  Saturday,  September  7,  volunteers   from  the  Marine  Corps  will  be  documenting  their  experience  building  a  home   with  Lubbock  Habitat  for  Humanity  from  9:00  am  to  4:00  pm  at  2201  Duke  Street.


2011 CC Brochure V1 GoingGreen 98%

Foundation Sponsor - $10,000 Wall Raiser - $5,000 Roof Raiser - $2,500 Habitat Team Builder - $180 per volunteer I cannot be a sponsor but please accept my donation in the amount of __________ Complete the information below to join the 2011 CORPORATE CHALLENGE Paterson Habitat for Humanity Paterson Habitat taps into the strength of its corporate partners to address one of the toughest problems of our time, the lack of affordable housing for hard working, lower income families.


Habitat for Humanity 97%

Together We Build Great Things Thank you so much for dedicating your time and energy to volunteering with Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.


Volunteer Packet 2014-2015 - Habitat Samsung Build 2 96%

Dear Volunteer, Thank you for volunteering with Habitat for Humanity of South Collin County!


Teilnahmebedingungen Facebook und Instagram 96%

TEILNAHMEBEDINGUNGEN FÜR GEWINNSPIELE AUF FACEBOOK UND INSTAGRAM Veranstalter des Gewinnspiels Dieses Gewinnspiel wird veranstaltet von der Habitat Deutschland GmbH mit Sitz MartinLuther-Platz 22, 40212 Düsseldorf, eingetragen im Handelsregister beim Amtsgericht Düsseldorf, Handelsregisternummer HRB 31755.


Wetlands WastewaterTreatment 93%

Wetlands are a buffer between ecosystems, a habitat for rare plants and animals that would not survive alternate environments, and a type of water filter that slowly decontaminates as it provides habitat to fish, plant and animal species alike.


MLK Info 92%

pit t sb ur g hh a bit a t.or g Building Homes with HEART since 1986 Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh MLK Day of Service January 16, 2012 “Make It A Day ON, Not A Day Off” Date:


book norton conservation 025 pg78-79 91%

It asks, “Are these the last two rhinos left on earth?” “The quicker we humans learn that saving open space and wildlife is critical to our welfare and quality of life, maybe we’ll start thinking of doing something about it.” —Jim Fowler F or a conservation photographer, perhaps one of the most important factors in photographing wildlife is relating animals to habitat.


catalogo saccaro 90%



distance learning programs 90%

This program focuses on comparing and contrasting African penguins (birds), Golden Lion tamarin monkeys (mammals), and sharks (fish) by discussing how they breathe (air versus water), where they live (habitat), body coverings (feathers, fur, scales), what they eat, and specialized structures (beaks, tails, fins).


Urban Wildlife Internship 2018 (1) 90%

Year-round Habitat: ... Year-round Habitat:


teachersguide 15 90%

H A ND S ON ent Resource ON FO R HABITAT Stud 12 tudent Resource FOR HABITAT S 13 Bushland (open forest) habitat ) and threatened species ( Rainforest habitat and threatened species ( Open forests are sometimes called bushland, but bushland means other things as well – it is also used to describe woodlands and grasslands.


HFHGPMC House Sponsorship 89%

House Sponsorship Program  2016 Opportunities                                                2 RANDOLPH ROAD, PLAINFIELD 07060  |  WWW.HABITATGPMC.ORG  Join us in building    HOMES, COMMUNITIES, and HOPE.    Volunteer groups are drawn to the ʹHabitat Experienceʹ not only because of the urgent  need for affordable housing in our community, but also for the extraordinary hands‐on  opportunity that it provides. Participation with Habitat is about community building,  among your own group as well as within Greater Plainfield and Middlesex County.    We have several ways for your group to partner with us.  Whether itʹs for just one day or  committing to a full house sponsorship, you can support Habitat’s vision of a world where  everyone has a decent place to live. By sponsoring a home in your own community, you will  be taking on an exciting task:  raising the money to finance a Habitat home, and building  that home in partnership with the family who will buy it and our committed Core Crew of  volunteers.  Working alongside the Habitat family will be an unforgettable experience!  FULL HOUSE SPONSOR:


Volunteer Waiver and Release 89%

IF YOU ARE NOT COMFORTABLE SIGNING IT OR DO NOT UNDERSTAND ANY PART OF THIS DOCUMENT, PLEASE DO NOT SIGN IT AND SIMPLY WITHDRAW YOUR OFFER TO VOLUNTEER This Release and Waiver of Liability (the “Release”) is executed on this ____ day of ____________, 20___, by ___________________________ (the “Volunteer”), in favor of Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity, Inc., Habitat for Humanity International, Inc., Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity ReStore, LLC., any other Habitat for Humanity affiliated organization, and their respective directors, officers, trustees, employees, volunteers and agents (collectively, the “Released Parties”).


final Dub8 issue2 88%

01 4150400 The opinions and views in the publication are those of the contributors and are not necessarily shared by Griffith College Dublin 3 Dub 8 March 2011 Inchicore in new housing initiative by Matthew Jaffray I nchicore at centre of new housing scheme A new housing project spearheaded by Habitat for Humanity is under way in Emmet road, Inchichore, which aims to renovate derelict residential buildings with help from local volunteers.


Comments on Monterey Bay Shores Resort Project Habitat 85%

Comments on the Habitat Protection Plan for the Monterey Bay Shores Resort Project Dear Mr.


Valentine'sDayCrowdBuild2015 83%

This time around, we’re challenging YOU to gather a few friends or Habitat club members to be CrowdBuilders and join us for the Valentine’s Day CrowdBuild throughout the month of February.


Zoning Report 83%

Provided that an accessory structure is set back 20 feet from all property lines, it may exceed 15 feet in height, but it shall not exceed the maximum allowed height of the principal structure See Sec 8106-5 8107-1.7 The lot is located in the Ojai Traffic Impact Area 8108-4.7 Floodplain Requirements, Sec 81085.3.6 Required Parking for 5 Bedroom Home Required Parking for 6 Bedroom Home Fire Sprinklers Easements on Property Special Bioogical Habitat Zone Fire District / Zone Flood Zone 3 spaces (2 covered) 8108-4.7 4 spaces (2 covered) 8108-4.7 Yes Yes, driveway US Forest Service - Area with Protected Species or Habitats Ventura County Fire Protection District Ventura County Flood Control District, FEMA Zone AO Floodplain Requirements, Sec 81085.3.6 Floodplain Requirements, Sec 81085.3.6 Potential California Spotted Owl Habitat Area with Low Fire Hazard Severity Rating 100 Year Floodplain


World Wetlands Day 81%

  M ARSH  R ESTORATION  P ROJECT     Mill Pond Marsh    Client  Arrowsic, Maine   The  Nature  Conservancy  retained  Wright‐Pierce  to  conduct  a  topographical  survey  and  prepare  base  mapping  associated  with  the  removal  of  an  existing  private  roadway  and  bridge  crossing  the  salt  marsh  known  as  the  Mill  Pond  Preserve, which is located in Arrowsic, Maine.  The  project  is  funded  through  a  grant  from  Maine’s  In  Lieu  Fee  (ILF)  Program  administered by the Maine Natural Resources Conservation Program (MNRCP).  The  sponsor  for  the  program  is  the  Maine  Department  of  Environmental  Protection.  The  program  serves  as  an  alternative  form  of  compensation  for  impacts to aquatic resources authorized by the New England District Army Corps  of Engineers (and/or the Maine Department of Environmental Protection.   The Nature Conservancy  Project at a Glance     Topographic survey of  marsh crossing   Development of   base mapping      WATER ~ WASTEWATER ~ STORMWATER ~ INFRASTRUCTURE  888.621.8156    www.wright‐    W ETLANDS  M ITIGATION  P ROJECTS FOR  MDOT     New Gloucester, Maine   Wright‐Pierce  was  retained  by  Woodlot  Alternatives,  Inc.  to  assist  in  the  development of two projects which had been identified for mitigation of wetland  impacts  associated  with  the  realignment  of  a  portion  of  Route  9  in  New  Gloucester.   The  first  of  the  two  mitigation  efforts  included  re‐grading  and  restoring  the  existing roadway alignment as a wetland in the area of its crossing of Mosquito  Brook.   The second project included stream bank stabilization and habitat improvements  along  a  section  of  the  Royal  River,  as  well  as  the  creation  of  vernal  pools  and  replanting within an area of the floodplain along the river.   Past use of the area for agricultural purposes had resulted in the loss of much of  the natural riparian vegetation and associated habitat values.  The first of the two projects is being completed as a part of the ongoing highway  reconstruction  project.  The  second  project  was  contracted  separately  and  completed in September of 2003.      Client  Woodlot Alternatives, Inc.  Project at a Glance    Woodlot Alternatives, Inc.,   retained Wright‐Pierce to  assist in the development of  two projects for mitigation  of wetland impacts.    The project included the  following tasks:     Regrading and  restoration of the existing  roadway alignment   Stream bank   stabilization and habitat  improvements,   including replanting    WATER ~ WASTEWATER ~ STORMWATER ~ INFRASTRUCTURE  888.621.8156    www.wright‐    M ARSH  R ESTORATION  P ROJECT     Ocean Park Marsh    Client  Old Orchard Beach, Maine   In the course of an assessment of flooding issues in the Ocean Park area of the  community,  it  became  evident  that  the  historic  role  of  area  marshes  in  flood  mitigation had deteriorated over time due to the colonization of the marshes by  invasive species, such as phragmites and yellow flag iris. Reduced tidal flushing  associated  with  the  installation  during  the  1990’s  of  a  tide  gate  at  the  marsh  outlet  had  resulted  in  a  considerable  change  in  vegetative  species  due  to  the  reduced salinity.   Wright‐Pierce was retained by the Town to develop a strategy for controlling the  invasive plants in Jordan Park Marsh and to oversee implementation of various  mitigation measures. Wright‐Pierce subcontracted with the York County Soil and  Water Conservation District who developed an invasive plant management plan  to be implemented over a five‐year period.  Town of Old Orchard Beach  Project at a Glance     Hydrologic assessment   of flooding    Invasive species  assessment   Mowing of phragmites   Use of herbicides    The invasive plant management plan included a combination of physical (mowing)  and chemical (herbicides) techniques to control the invasive species.     WATER ~ WASTEWATER ~ STORMWATER ~ INFRASTRUCTURE  888.621.8156    www.wright‐    R ESTORATION OF  A QUATIC AND  W ETLAND  H ABATAT       As one of New England's most prominent engineering consultants, Wright‐ Pierce provides engineering assessments, planning, design and permitting  assistance associated with a range of projects that involve enhancement of  aquatic and wetlands habitats.   We have developed excellent working relationships with regulators at the  federal, state and local levels, as well as regional entities and academics. Our  experience with a variety of applications and solutions, at aquatic locations  throughout  New  England,  positions  us  to  provide  expert  advice  to  clients  with respect to the selection of appropriate technologies.   In many cases, these efforts have involved collaboration with a variety of  governmental and non‐governmental entities, such as NOAA, the US Fish &  Wildlife  Service,  state  resource  agencies,  Audubon  and  The  Nature  Conservancy.  Recent and ongoing projects include the following:   Lake restoration / sediment removal   Marsh restoration / enhanced tidal flushing   Beach dune grass restoration   Invasive species management   Dam removal   Culvert replacement/barrier removal   Fishway installation   Stream restoration / morphological assessment   Estuarine water quality improvements   Lake water quality improvements   Non‐point source pollutant management    WATER ~ WASTEWATER ~ STORMWATER ~ INFRASTRUCTURE  888.621.8156    www.wright‐