Sustainability

Feature StorySingle-use plastic items like water bottles are not "sustainable."
Feature StoryA passenger rail service has been proposed from Chicago, IL, to Columbus, OH, through Fort Wayne.
Feature StorySue Parkview Greenhouse

#PeopleofNEI: Sue, growing a healthy community


Feature StoryResidents who have moved away from a city and then moved back are called "boomerangs."
NewsBuild Your Future Indiana is a partnership formed to address the talent shortage in the building trades.
NewsDr. Cosette Grant-Overton, right, is President/CEO of the Fort Wayne Urban League.
Feature StoryProducts like lightbulbs and batteries require unique recycling methods.
NewsThe Community Apple Orchard in Winona Lake provides residents with organic apples and cider.
NewsRoanoke hosts at least one big event per month.
Feature StoryThe New Haven Community Center has become a center of local life since it opened in 2017.

A robust parks plan is enhancing Southeast Allen County


NewsNorth Coast Organics provides alternatives to traditional personal care products on the market.
NewsThe Fort Wayne Veg ‘n Brew Fest is a one-day festival on October 6, 2018, at Headwaters Park in Fort Wayne,
Feature StoryToday, recycling or properly disposing of items is largely up to consumers. But that could change.

Ask an Environmentalist: Is there a way to make recycling easier?


NewsMarket wagon is an online farmers market that delivers farmers' products to consumers.

Want to buy local more often? Market Wagon is here to help


Feature StoryMany U.S. companies are left with no market for their recyclables.

How does trade with China affect recycling in Allen County?


Feature Story“Farmer Dan” Flotow and his wife, Wendy, have a booth at the YLNI Farmers Market in Fort Wayne.

A farmer’s experience of the farm-to-fork movement


Feature StoryA Tired-a-Lot Summer Studio group presents their designs for a community space in front of a mural they designed and painted.

Teens answer Mount Vernon Park's call for urban renewal


Feature StoryTommy Cutter and Shruti Sharma are launching a company called Sustainable Thinkers.

Fort Wayne startup seeks to simplify sustainable shopping