What is Placemaking?
Placemaking is a multi-faceted approach to make your community a better place to live, work, and play by transforming underutilized public spaces into vibrant community places. Placemaking capitalizes on a local community’s assets, inspirations and potential that contribute to people’s health, happiness, safety and well-being. As a place becomes more desirable and welcoming, people will want to spend more time in them. Because of this, Placemaking can increase both the sales tax and property tax base within a community.
Turning a weedy parking lot into putt-putt golf course. Attracting people to a little-used park to gather, play or listen to music. Brightening up an otherwise drab vacant lot. Envisioning how a block can be revitalized. This is Placemaking.
Want to be involved in an upcoming placemaking project? Contact us!
GREENHOUSE FEASIBILITY STUDY
We are very excited to announce that The John P. Ellogen Foundation has donated $20,000 to support our Greenhouse feasibility study. The greenhouse study is a part of our Food Hub project, which we are developing to create a sustainable increase of economic security for families; and an increase in both regional and family food security within the Big Horn Basin. In order to create sustainable marketing, we need to add a year-round commercial greenhouse with a processing facility to the plan that supports year-round markets.
We will be using the Ellbogen Grant to fund an economic feasibility study, business economically viable over the long term.
Lovell Inc is very grateful to the John P. Ellbogen Foundation for this donation and the opportunity to continue with the greenhouse feasibility study.
Learn More About Feasibility Study
Career Day at Lovell Elementary School
Assistant Director, Stormy Jameson, went and spoke with the first graders about what we do here at Lovell, Inc and how they can become entrepreneurs, too!