Monthly Archives: October 2010

Second-hand materials make building projects unusual

STATE JOURNAL-REGISTER (October 22, 2010) – It took Brian Koehl about a year to buy the materials to build a backyard greenhouse. Koehl, a master gardener from Waller, Texas, bought secondhand windows and doors to construct the building that houses … Continue reading

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Habitat for Humanity uses humor to raise ReStore awareness

Habitat for Humanity unveils a new ad promoting the ReStores featuring a talking toilet. Watch:

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Mount Angel ReStore expands business hours

The Mount Angel ReStore is expanding its business hours this fall due to a heavy influx of new donations. Thanks to a grant from Marion County Environmental Services, the ReStore is able to pick up donations that might have otherwise … Continue reading

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NWV Habitat needs your help reaching Molalla!

Building in Molalla has long been a goal of North Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity. With your support, this longtime goal could finally happen as soon as 2012. Thanks to a generous donation from a private foundation, NWV Habitat has … Continue reading

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2010 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project

A history of building hope For one week every year, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, help put poverty housing front and center in the global consciousness and conscience. The Carter Work Project is an annual reminder … Continue reading

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