The design ideas competition has begun…
When the competition closed on Friday, February 15, nearly 100 designs for the DL&W corridor were submitted. Close to one-third came in from 21 countries around the world and the other two-thirds came from US teams from 15 different states.
The public will be invited to view and vote on their favorite designs in mid-March. In April, join us at an exhibition of the top designs and within a few days, the winners will be announced.
Stay tuned to our upcoming emails or visit our website for details. We can’t wait to share these inspiring designs with you.
How do YOU Imagine LaSalle Park? Wednesday, March 13 ~ 6-8 pm
Did you hear about the exciting $100 million gift from the Ralph C. Wilson Foundation to transform LaSalle Park?
The UB Regional Institute needs your help to envision the future of this unique waterfront park.
If you want to see the latest design concepts and tell the planners what you think, click below to register for the next Community workshop on March 13th.
Creating Healthy Habitat along the Niagara River
Over the last few years, the Land Conservancy has been working hard along the Niagara River to enhance habitat for our wildlife along this important corridor.
At the Stella Niagara Preserve in Lewiston, our restoration crew gave nature a helping hand by planting a new native grassland and sedge meadow that will provide great habitat for frogs, toads, salamanders, dragonflies, damselflies, and more. These habitat areas were planted with more than 40 […]