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A Ranger-Guided Walk in Sherman’s Reservation

Teal posted on 07.28.2015


Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park invites the public to attend a special two-hour walking tour on Saturday, August 1 at 10 am, at Sherman Reservation on the Missionary Ridge Battlefield. Trail head starts at 2836 Lightfoot Mill Rd. Memory can be deceiving, at times obscuring what really happened. Legends become facts, myths become reality. As veterans attempted to create Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park over 25 years after the battle occurred, a new fight emerged over everything from unit names to the placement of monuments. Who—if anyone—held the correct memories? Join Park Guide Lee White to hear some of these stories and uncover some of the hidden truths. Visitors are encouraged to bring a water bottle, comfortable shoes, and a portable chair. Sherman Reservation is located in Chattanooga on the north end of Missionary Ridge at the intersection of North Crest Road and Lightfoot Mill Road. For more information contact Kim Coons,, (423) 752-5213×139


The Next Big Thing Urbanism Workshop Recap

Teal posted on 05.22.2015

On April 23 of this year, Glass House Collective hosted an urbanism workshop in the former Alabama Furniture building on Glass Street. Read more


The Next Big Thing Workshop Archive

Teal posted on 05.21.2015

We are still in the process of pulling together all the sketches and ideas from 9 teams. In the meantime, we invite you to look through what we’ve compiled on our Slide Share here. More to come.  Read more


Urbanism Kickoff

Teal posted on 05.21.2015

On April 23rd, Glass House Collective introduced The Next Big Thing, an urbanization workshop blueprinting positive changes for Chattanooga’s historic Glass Street. Read more

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Urbanism Workshop: Meet our Out of Town Guests

Teal posted on 04.15.2015

We are pleased to announce our talented guests joining us for the Urbanism Workshop next week. Chattanooga is lucky to have these talented individuals in our fine city for a few days. Read more