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Fellows in the Field: Boting

Guest post by Boting Zhang, Housing Developer

I entered the world of development through the angle of community participatory design. Public input, at its best, is a positive and engaging process that taps into the community’s knowledge, resulting in a better project that contributes positively to its surrounding community. Read more

The Magic of a Build

Guest Post by Allyson Schrier

My two teen-aged boys and I drove over four hours from Issaquah to Prescott to help turn a burned-out lot into an enchanting community space. We had no idea what we were getting into. Read more

Pomegranate Center Summer Spruce-Up

Work Party August 2nd, 2014, 10am-6pm

Pomegranate Center has been strengthening communities for more than 28 years. From right here in Issaquah (Pickering Place Park, Pickering Barn Learning Garden, and Ashland Park to name a few) to Tuscaloosa, AL to San Diego, CA, Walla Walla, WA, and Read more

Fellows in the Field: Ginger

Our Fellows Training teaches people how to best serve others and care for their communities. Ginger, a talented architect with Architects Without Borders, is an amazing example of our Fellows Training alumni making a difference in the world.

She recently shared her experience from the field: Read more