There’s LOTS TO LOVE in the Pittsburgh region.
In fact, there are over 45,000 vacant lots in Allegheny County alone, many of which have negative impacts on our communities.
Join us as we work to reclaim them, one lot at a time.
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The Pump House, formerly of the Carnegie Steel Company’s Homestead Works, was home to the Homestead Strike of 1892, an unfortunate, yet significant event in US labor history. It sits among the Sycamore-lined banks of the Monongahela river, overlooking the Carrie Furnace. For over a decade, Rivers of Steel Heritage Area (RSHA) has worked to […]Read More
With the newly opened Frick Environmental Center, we have one of the world’s greenest buildings as your welcoming starting point for Pittsburgh's incredible parks.Read More
This blog was written by Thomas Guentner and Ilyssa Manspizer, of Landforce. Nestled near the top of Brighton Heights sits a four-acre parcel of land which once housed St John’s Hospital. Built in 1896 and operational until 1995, St John’s served mill workers in the Northside communities until succumbing to a lack of funding and eventually […]Read More