Archive for March 2011

Little Rock National Airport news

$53 million has been budgeted to bring the Little Rock Airport terminal facility into compliance with current needs and enable it to meet future ones.

Peterson, a principal of the Minneapolis firm Architecture Alliance International, has accumulated twenty-two years of experience in airport architecture and design while working on thirty-three airport projects around the world. Having grown up in Greenbrier, Arkansas, where his parents still live, Peterson has come to know the city’s airport not only through the eyes of a professional but as a passenger as well.

We’d like to hear what he has to say and see what has been designed for the airport and the Little Rock community – On Tuesday, April 19th at 6:00pm, come hear Eric Peterson present, “Vision 2020: Little Rock National Airport Transformed”.  It will be at the Arkansas Arts Center preceded by a 5:30pm reception.   Free and open to the public.

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If you never did, you should….

We’ve never built a raised garden for ourselves, so we decided to build some this past weekend.  We successfully planted one bed with sugar snap peas, golden beets, atomic red carrots, Little finger carrots, Saxa II radishes, Wild Rocket arugula, European Mesclun Salad mix, and Lettuce Rocky top mix.  We hope to have blueberries along the east and south sidewalk but need to research the varieties.

We enjoy varied outdoors spaces with different solar orientation – so, we planted the raised garden beds for the southeast exposure and can’t wait to see what sprouts. We welcome any suggestions. We’ll keep you posted on any progress.

All I can say is that it should be fun….and delicious.

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