Salvaged Wood for Dummies in Grants NM 87020
Reclaim lumber, salvage wood, and upcycle logs to build special conversation items that heat up any room.
Employing reclaimed wood can receive credits towards accomplishing LEED project certification. Mainly because reclaimed wood is considered recycled content material, it satisfies the ‘supplies and methods’ conditions for LEED certification, and since some reclaimed lumber products are Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) Accredited, they might qualify for LEED credits under the ‘certified wood’ category.
Reclaimed Wood in Grants, New Mexico 87020
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Reduced tuition for Native Americans
That was followed by a year in the Valencia County Public Schools, Grants, New Mexico, which included at least five different Southwestern American Native tribal peoples. When I took the director position here for the Idaho "Laboratory for Children with ...
Public transport key to healthy older NM population
quite a few were unaware of programs like dial-a-ride funded by the Federal Transit Administration grants managed by the New Mexico Department of Transportation. There are options for seniors to stay connected to their community and many can be found ...
New Mexico Arts and Crafts Fair says goodbye this weekend
After nearly 60 years, the New Mexico Arts and Crafts Fair is calling it quits because of funding woes. Organizers say the economy has made it tough to get grants in recent years, and the fair is struggling to compete with the growing number of arts events ...
Southwest Yard and Garden: The largest and oldest trees in New Mexico
Of the top four oldest documented trees in New Mexico, one of them is right there near you in ... One famous old tree was another Douglas fir near Grants named Yoda that was known to be over 650 years old and was only 7 feet tall. Yoda died in 2014 ...
NM police department awarded crisis intervention team grant
APD competed against many larger agencies and was selected because of the hard work from the city’s Grant Coordinator, Deborah Osborne, President of NAMI New Mexico Kimmie Jordan and from the level of commitment and support from the city and county’s ...