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Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy

Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy works closely with the City of Pittsburgh to improve the quality of life for the people of Pittsburgh by restoring the park system to excellence. Projects and programs are conducted with respect for the environment, historic design, and the needs of our diverse region, supporting appreciation and enjoyment of a sustainable park system whose landscapes, facilities and programming set world standards of excellence.

More info at https://pittsburghparks.org/

Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy manages the Frick Environmental Center, a welcome facility, education hub, and gateway to Frick Park. Free and open to all, this cutting-edge facility enhances visitor experience and inspires learners to discover one of Pittsburgh's largest parks. The Frick Environmental Center is a certified Living Building. To learn more about the Living Building Challenge and the features that make the center special, watch the video below.

‚ÄčThe Frick Environmental Center also has a sustainability dashboard you can access through our website. The video below is a brief tutorial on how to use the dashboard to create different graphs of real-time building energy use, solar energy production, and more. What questions do you have that this data could help answer?