ET Featured in Metropolis Magazine

October 12th, 2013 : : : :

We are honored to be featured in the October 2013 issue of Metropolis Magazine. In Rethinking the Great Plains: Emerging Terrain, the research-and-design nonprofit, offers a new vision for Omaha, author John Cary explores the organizations work beginning with Stored Potential, and expanding to some of the larger regional planning initiatives we have undertaken, since inception in 2007.

 

ET Included in “Public Interest Design 100″

December 6th, 2012 : : : : PID100

Our friends at Public Interest Design just released a list of 100 individuals and organizations in the U.S. doing important work at the intersection of design and service. We are honored to be recognized as part of this growing movement that is re-imagining the world!

Banner Poster Winners

November 26th, 2012 : : : :

We are excited to announce the winners of the banner poster contest:

  1. ‘This Blows’ by Henry Novak
  2. ‘Trainscape’ by Tim Guthrie
  3. ‘Corn Rocket (Dream Big)’ by Maria Hansen

 

Thanks so much to everyone who voted, and congratulations to Patti Benker, the lucky winner of the free poster!

Make sure to head over to our new online store to pick up one of the posters. If your favorite banner did not win, don’t fret. You can still get a limited edition fine art print of any or all of the 25 banner designs!

The Emerging Terrain Store

November 21st, 2012 : : : : Unique gifts

We are excited to announce our new online store—where you can purchase unique items related to Emerging Terrain’s community projects. Pick up some postcards, a banner bag, a poster, or a fine art print. These are the gifts all the kids (of all ages) are asking for this holiday season. Get them while they last! All proceeds support the work of Emerging Terrain.

If you have ideas for other items, or if you’d like to order a print of a photo you’ve seen on our website, please feel free to contact us!

> Head to the store

E.T. Talks #3: November 28, 2012

November 21st, 2012 : : : :

Come learn about the changing landscape of Sarpy County and what it means for the community

Wednesday, November 28, 2012
7pm, snacks provided

former Borders Bookstore
Shadow Lake Towne Center
72nd St. & Highway 370
Papillion, NE

Download the event poster and hang it on your wall!

Photo by Alex MacLean