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The Life Cycle of a Pulp and Paper Mill

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Written by Nancy Ranchel   
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
By Nancy Ranchel

P1050336If you've ever driven down Old Salem Road in Albany, you may have driven under a large metal tube passing over the road (Pic 1). It was used by the IP (International Paper) pulp and paper mill (the stinky Albany plant) to transport steam and electricity from one side of the road to the other. Was used. As of June 24th, it's gone. As is most of the rest of the mill that used to stand on Old Salem Road. It smells better (have you noticed)? But it's a bit sad to see the emptiness. 


Room Makeover: Commence painting!

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Thursday, June 25, 2015
By OHM Staff

20150619 093525Designer John Thompson selected which Colorhouse paint he would use and the family "can't wait for the finished product!"


Celebrate the Solstice with Salvage – Dare Ya!

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Written by Nancy Ranchel   
Thursday, June 18, 2015
By Nancy Ranchel

IMG 3704 750xIt's the solstice. I'm guessing you usually slaughter a goat, cover yourself with blood, and dance around some stone figurine. Isn't that getting a little old? This year, let's do something really crazy: make something for your outdoor living space out of salvage.


Designer Perspective: Building an Audubon Certified Backyard Habitat

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Monday, June 08, 2015
By John Movius

5L0A2752One of my favorite parts of building gardens is the opportunity to connect people to place in a new way. And what better way to make that connection than through the goal of creating habitat.


Room Makeover: The Process Has Begun!

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015
By Snow Blackwood

DSCN5329John’s Design Presentation, plus a shopping update from Erika!


Crap. It's Spring Cleaning Time Again

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Written by Nancy Ranchel   
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
By Nancy Ranchel

shutterstock 136598444It's that time of year. The sun is out, the plants  are blooming, you're sneezing, and the house looks really dirty. It's the sun. It show s what's really on the floor. And, you know what that is? Winter. Winter is on the floor. So you start cleaning and pretty soon you are CLEANING.


Movies: Small is Beautiful – A Tiny House Documentary

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015
A review by Brennan Conaway

Jeremy Filming Small is Beautiful Dee williams ben campbellPortlanders love to re-think basic assumptions about house and home. We transform lawns into vegetable gardens, houses into urban farms, backyards into chicken runs, and change garages to ADUs. We are always re-imagining our city and how we live in it, always experimenting, so it’s no surprise that the latest tiny house film is all about Portland.

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