News Coverage

 

Can green infrastructure help to preserve Hitchcock Woods? (Aiken Standard - May 12, 2013)

City Council approves green infrastructure project (Aiken Standard - April 9, 2013)

Residents hear progress of green infrastructure (Aiken Standard - June 27, 2012)
Story also published on American Planning Association web site (www.planning.org - June 28, 2012)

Learn how green infrastructure parkway changes are benefiting city at field day (Aiken Standard - June 25, 2012)

Aiken residents to get look at green infrastructure project during field day (Clemson University Newsroom - June 21, 2012)

 


Aiken's Hitchcock Woods being eroded by runoff (News Channel 6, WJBF - September 28, 2011)

Clemson professor studies Aiken storm water (Aiken Standard - September 19, 2011)

Parkways win green award (Aiken Standard - June 21, 2011)

City of Aiken receives municipal achievement award (WJBF, News Channel 6 - June 21, 2011)

Making It Grow Gardening Show Highlights Aiken's Green Infrastructure (City of Aiken News - June 1, 2011)

TV show visits Aiken to feature parkways (Aiken Standard - May 4, 2011)

New technology = smarter rivers: Wireless sensor can supply key data immediately (The Post and Courier - April 25, 2011)




Aiken Parkway Project is Only One Step in Saving Hitchcock Woods
(News Channel 6 WJBF, March 30, 2011)

Parkways to be ready for Makin' (Aiken Standard, September 1, 2010)

Parkways in progress (Aiken Standard, August 18, 2010)

Aiken's Makin': Pardon Our Progress (Greater Aiken Chamber of Commerce, July 2010)

Storms postpone parkway construction (Aiken Standard, July 4, 2010)

City making progress on parkways (Aiken Standard, June 10, 2010)

Progress in Aiken Parkways Should Soon Mean Peace of Mind in Hitchcock Woods (City of Aiken News, Public Works Dept.)

Parkways will be filled with soil mix to treat storm water (City of Aiken News, Public Works Dept.)

Building a "green infrastructure" (Clemson Impacts Magazine: Spring 2010)

Clemson green project selected for national recognition (Anderson Independent Mail, May 27, 2010)

Clemson green project selected for national recognition (Clemson University News Release, May 25, 2010)

Saving Hitchcock Woods (Erosion Control, April 27, 2010)

Millions used to save Hitchcock Woods (WAGT-TV NBC Augusta, April 20, 2010)

Federal Investments Help Clemson
(The Times & Democrat, April 9, 2010)

Recovery Act Funding Jumpstarts Construction Phase of Green Infrastructure Project
(Storm Water Solutions, www.estormwater.com, February 19, 2010)

City of Aiken cashing in on "Green Infrastructure" (WRDW News 12, February 18, 2010)

Recovery Act Funding Jumpstarts Construction Phase of Green Infrastructure Project (EPA News Release, February 18, 2010)

Aiken, Clemson, EPA kick off project to make stormwater ‘green’ (Clemson University, February 18, 2010)

View photos from the Kick-Off Event, which included presentations by faculty members.

Clemson helps Aiken turn stormwater 'green' (Clemson University News Release, February 12, 2010)

Project to lessen erosion in Woods (www.waterworld.com / Aiken Standard, February 1, 2010)

Aiken median work to reduce water runoff  (Augusta Chronicle, July 16, 2009)

City looks to reverse erosion in Sand River  (Aiken Standard, July 5, 2009)