The Harmony Design & Engineering staff is very active in the Teton Valley community. We volunteer time and services to several non-profit organizations including the Downtown Driggs Community Association, Teton Valley Community Recycling, Teton Valley Trails and Pathways, Friends of the Teton River, Valley Advocates for Responsible Development, and Teton Basin Ice & Recreation. Our staff also serves on governmental boards including the Driggs Design Review Advisory Committee.
Harmony Design & Engineering is sponsoring the local snow sculpting team lead by Michael Hoffman at the 2013 Great SnowFest. Stay tuned for a picture of his creation!
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOT AIR BALLOON SPONSOR
In conjunction with Jorgensen Associates, Harmony Design & Engineering sponsored a hot air balloon during the 2011 Hot Air Balloon Festival in Teton County, Idaho. One bonus of sponsorship was the opportunity to go for a balloon ride!
SUSTAINABILITY TENT AT TARGHEE FEST
The tent featured a milk shake blender powered by bicycle, which is ridden by the customer. Procees from the milkshake sales were donated to the Tin Cup Challenge fundraiser which raises money for local non-profit groups.
ANNUAL REAL ESTATE AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE NORTHERN ROCKIES
Harmony Design & Engineering employees also participate in public forums and conferences to help educate and promote conservation design. They have participated in the Annual Real Estate and Development in the Northern Rockies conference in Missoula, MT for two years. The conference, sponsored by NewWest, attracts real estate professionals, developers, designers and engineers throughout the western United States. Jennifer Zung has been featured on panel discussions concerning trends in Green Development and Ag Lands and Open Space.
URBAN AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE ROCKIES
Harmony Design & Engineering organized a team of government officials, planners, and developers from Teton County, ID to participate in a workshop sponsored by the Sonoran Institute. This workshop focused on Urban and Rural Development in the Rockies.
The 2009 National Association of Floodplain Managers Conference in Orlando Florida featured many speakers including Harmony Design & Engineering's Jennifer Zung, who made a presentation entitled: "Restoring Teton Creek After an Illegal Dredging: Stakeholders, Science, and Scenery". Click here for more information about this conference.
PLANNING IN THE NEW WEST CONFERENCE
Harmony Design & Engineering's Jennifer Zung was a speaker at the very first Planning in the New West Conference, presented by NewWest.Net in Boise, ID on June 17-18, 2009. She was part of a panel discussion on the topic of "Planning in the West: Challenges and Opportunities". Click here for more information about the NewWest Conference.