In this episode, five University of Virginia students in the Master's of Urban and Environmental Planning program report on their assessment of the existing conditions within a roughly one-mile corridor within downtown Whitesburg, Kentucky. The assessment lays out a foundation for Whitesburg to participate in the Environmental Law Institute's BRIGHT program. The students inventory assets and challenges, highlights resources, and offers a palette of design opportunities, and strategies for community directed corridor revitalization.
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June 13, 2017
In this episode, five University of Virginia students in the Master’s of Urban and Environmental Planning program report on their assessment of the existing conditions Read More >
June 5, 2017
Art from cultures not included in mainstream America– Zuni Pueblo, Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, Coeburn VA– have more in common than one might think. Why do Read More >
May 24, 2017
In this episode, learn more about the Mountains of Music Homecoming and the The Crooked Road: Virginia’s Heritage Music Trail. Host Kelli Haywood and guest host Rich Kirby Read More >
May 24, 2017
In February, it was made public that white nationalist groups were planning training and rally events in Pike County and Floyd County, Kentucky at the end of April. The Read More >