We have an opening here at Loll! The position is Customer Service Representative and the complete job description is posted on Minnesota Works. See Job ID #7331340.
Almost exactly a year after the historic flood, we found the timing to be refreshingly ironic as we set off on our annual tree planning exercise. Employees from Loll Designs, Epicurean, and Intectural all joined to plant trees in four areas around Duluth (Amity Creek, Hartley, Kingsbury Creek, and Featherstone Drive). As it is known, erosion from stream beds were hit hard from the flood and we saw that first-hand as we sought to plant and rehab those areas.
We’re already looking forward to next year’s planning to focus on areas in Duluth which need it most. Plus, fresh air and getting your hands a bit dirty is always nice change from the office!
‘Til next year!
Who hasn’t thought about what a gift it would be to travel to every state in the U.S.A. just to see what’s within the borders? In the spirit of traveling authors and journalists like Terkle, Steinbeck and Kuralt, Trek Thunder Kelly is doing just that. Traveling through Minnesota, the 35th state on the road of his adventure, Trek stopped in at Loll HQ in Duluth last Thursday to say hi and see what Duluth has to offer.
Read more here.
Starting in 2008, Loll staff has taken a field day each year and gone out to plant trees. All of us here are concerned with keeping our environment not only vibrant, but clean, healthy and beautiful too. We try to find places that are in need of watershed restoration and by providing some of what’s needed in the form of trees and shrubs we become a constructive part of restoring our local ecosystem.
Loll Designs employees got together earlier this summer to do some tree planting up at Harley Nature Center. Take a look at the video of all the fun.