What’s happening to our kelp? Millions of people and thousands of other species depend on healthy kelp forests. But these forests are disappearing at an alarming rate. Kelp forests not only support marine biodiversity, they protect coastlines from storm surges, counteract ocean acidification, absorb atmospheric carbon, and play a key role in economically and culturally…Read More
In 2016, after the closing of the store that had served the Hoopa community for years, the residents of Hoopa Valley have had to travel significant distances to get groceries. In order to increase food security and sovereignty, The Hoopa Valley Tribe supported the re-establishment of a 15,000 sq.ft. grocery store on the tribal reservation…Read More
Food for People is Humboldt County’s emergency food support organization, providing a range of services to the local communities. The organization has outgrown its current facilities and is working with Greenway to strategically develop facilities upgrades. These upgrades need to perform key operational functions while also meeting the financial constraints and logistical requirements of the…Read More
Redwood Acres has a vision to maintain its role as a community institution that supports agricultural and economic development – it is achieving that vision by becoming a self-sustaining operation that fills valuable needs in the community.
Greenway has supported these efforts by providing planning, research and analysis, conceptual design, cost estimating, and related assistance.Read More
Photo Courtesy of Ryan Filgas The City of Eureka works diligently to enhance the economic vitality of its local industries that depend on our coastal access. In particular, the City is interested in supporting the fishing industry’s need for cold storage and ice production. The commercial fishing fleet that calls the North Coast home has…Read More
When Humboldt State University (HSU) needed a comprehensive concept proposal for a National Marine Research and Innovation Park (NMRIP) designed, we jumped at the chance. The NMRIP is conceived as a research and technology facility that would be located in Samoa, California, at the site of the former Freshwater Tissue Pulp Mill (see the final concept…Read More
The Yurok Tribe has long sought a culturally-relevant fish processing plant to benefit tribal members and local fisheries. Working with tribal staff as well as the Yurok Economic Development Corporation, Greenway created a Basis of Design for an 8,500 sqft facility with a multi-functional commercial kitchen/food processing center. The commercial kitchen was intended to be…Read More