This past fall, Water in Motion team members, Kristen Teresi and Cara Donovan, enrolled into the Master Water Steward program. Both Donovan and Teresi are relatively new to the Green Industry and jumped at the chance to make a positive community impact within their own neighborhoods. They are currently half way through the certification process and wanted to share their experiences thus far. Continue reading
While most Minnesota Vikings signage will be removed inside U.S. Bank Stadium to provide a neutral venue for the 2018 Super Bowl game, some things won’t change — and that’s good for the environment.
U.S. Bank Stadium (which was certified LEED Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council this past November) and its surroundings include many sustainable design features. Some are readily visible, like the energy-efficient LED lighting, signage pointing out composting and recycling bins, landscaping that uses native trees and grasses, and easy access to mass transit via light rail and bus service. Some, like stormwater management practices, are less obvious but vitally important, considering the stadium’s proximity to the Mississippi River. Continue reading
Tim Malooly, CID, CIC, CLIA, President of Water in Motion, was elected Vice President of the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA).
7,600 gallons – that is the amount of water a household annually saves when the irrigation system is designed and maintained with a Water Budget approach. Created by the EPA’s WaterSense program, this tool helps landscape designers and irrigation professionals fulfill the necessary criteria specified in the WaterSense New Home Specification. Continue reading