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Sustainable Home Economics
203 West 107th Street
  • For the past three years, a small room in the crowded apartment of Joe Friendly, a veteran independent video maker - currently producer of Truth for a Change on Manhattan Neighborhood Network - and some additional shared space has served as Information Habitat's home, now housing a Local Area Network with high speed Internet access connecting up to six Windows-based computers. The compact space, combined with limited financial resources has led to an intense concentration on web site development, with a focus on peace and nonviolence and on development of online curricula relating to Information Ecology.
New York, NY
2001.07-
23 Bushwick Avenue
  • Lived as temporary house guest; served as personal assistant to Geraldine Miller with a focus on domestic responsibiliites; co-designed a landscaped circular Mother Garden with paths and borders using onsite bricks, rocks and wood; established compost piles; enhanced soil restoration with extensive addition of leaf mold from the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens; designed a community biodiversity initiative; monitored home improvements; created flower beds around street trees.
Brooklyn, NY
2001.04-2001.07
26 Bushwick Avenue Brooklyn, NY
1998.06-2001.04
6th Session, Commission on Sustainable Development New York, NY
1998.04-1998.05
Ad Hoc Sustainable Kitchen Caucus & Collective New York, NY
1998.04-1998.05
333 East 45th Street
  • For three years, 333 East 45th Street, New York, NY served as the home for Information Habitat, its small Local Area Network and its founder. Housed in the closest apartment building to the Delegates Entrance of the United Nations, 333 East 45th provided extremely convenient access to United Nations headquarters, and to nearby office buildings of the UN Secretariat and UN specialized agencies, making it easy to print and reproduce documents at very short notice and to make use of Information Habitat's equipment in UN HQ and UN offices as needed.
New York, NY
1995.06-1998.05
801 Homestead Street Baltimore, MD
1984.12-1995.06
609 Montpelier Street Baltimore, MD
1974.06-1984.12
3037 Guilford Avenue
  • Re-decorated 3037 Guilford Avenue, two-story brick row house in the Charles Village neighbrohood of Baltimore; established a small organic gardening plot, including a compost piles; planted fruit tree, vegetables and annual and perennial flowering plants; expanded ground floor front room with removal of a non load-bearing interior wall; hosted small communal living experiment with another married couple.
Baltimore, MD
1967.09-1976.08


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