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Grants help Waukegan manage waterfront

12.23.16 | In the News

This article, pulled from the Lake County News-Sun, discusses our partnership with Waukegan, IL. A $60,000 grant will allow Delta Institute to work with the Waukegan Waterfront Working Group.


Delta Institute 2016 Annual Report

12.22.16 | Announcements
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Delta Institute is pleased to announce the release of our 2016 Annual Report. This fiscal year, our focus and title of the report is “Real Impact. Real Stories.” The report highlights major initiatives and projects in the past calendar year such as deconstruction and revitalization in Gary, Indiana, smart technology for Chicago residents to budget energy use, and helping coal cities like River Rogue,…More


Driven Doer: Kathy Evans

12.12.16 | Announcements
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Welcome to our Driven Doer series! Each month, we highlight the passionate, motivated people who help advance Delta’s mission of achieving a resilient Great Lakes environment and economy. This month, we introduce you to Kathy Evans, resident of Muskegon, Michigan, relationship builder, and a Delta partner on many projects. What do you do? I am the Environmental Program Manager at the…More


Interactive Session at Community Forestry Conference in Indianapolis Links Green Infrastructure, Community Forestry, and the Community

12.09.16 | Announcements

Thanks for joining us in Indianapolis this November for two days of collaboration and idea sharing geared toward helping you find new ways to strengthen your own community forest. The Partners in Community Forestry Conference, organized by the National Arbor Day Foundation, brought together foresters and arborists, urban planners, landscape architects, non-profit leaders, parks and recreation managers, academics and many…More


5th Annual BOOST Event Showcases Chicago’s Thriving Sustainability Movement

12.07.16 | Press
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CHICAGO, IL (November 16, 2016) In a city with a growing community of entrepreneurs, start-up companies, and venture capital firms, four of Chicago’s emerging green projects took center stage at Chop Shop to make their pitch for exposure and seed funding. Two entrepreneurs, Jana Kinsman of Bike-A-Bee and Swarnav Pujari of Touch Light Innovations, won seed funding for their sustainability…More