Tag Archive: Urban Habitat Project

Dave Majewski to Receive EPA Environmental Quality Award for Urban Habitat Project

The US Environmental Protection Agency Region 2, and Congressman Brian Higgins’ Office, along with Councilman Dave Franczyk, will be on hand to present the 2014 EPA Environmental Quality Award to Dave Majewski for the efforts and continued sustainability of the…
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Artvoice: Urban Habitat Project at the Central Terminal

(By Jay Burney – Artvoice) One of the most profoundly important projects in the city of Buffalo in 2013 is not on the waterfront, not downtown, not affiliated with UB, and probably is not even on your radar screen. It…
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Buffalo Rising: Urban Habitat Project- Looks Great, Functional Too

(By WCPerspective) The Urban Habitat Project (UHP) located on the grounds of the Buffalo Central Terminal is less than a year old but has already exceeded designers’ expectations.  The UHP was created to demonstrate: biodiversity, native regional habitats, soil remediation, several plant…
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Construction Watch: Central Terminal Urban Habitat Project

Work continues on creating the Urban Habitat Project at the Central Terminal. It will be a living inner-city demonstration classroom that features habitat restoration, native plants, and sustainable site development/construction while explaining the benefits of bio-diversity is planned for three…
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Buffalo Rising: Work Begins on Central Terminal’s Urban Habitat Project

The first phase of the Urban Habitat Project at the Buffalo Central Terminal is underway.  Much of the work is expected to be completed in two weeks, just in time for the National Trust for Historic Preservation Conference.  The Terminal will be…
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Buffalo Rising: Urban Habitat Project Halfway to Funding Goal

There has been significant progress in establishing the Urban Habitat Project (UHP) on the grounds of the Buffalo Central Terminal. Project lead Dave Majewski has confirmation from Paul Hogan of the Oishei Foundation that their board has approved a $15,000…
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