You are hereMay 23, 2012
May 23, 2012
Dear EcoWiki Community,
Remember to come join the fun with the Village Building Convergence (VBC) as it comes to PSU for the first time. There will be two projects on campus, one is a Hearth Hub, and will be built between Smith Student Memorial Union and Neuberger Hall. The second project is a PSU Peace on Earthbench which will be built in the PSU orchard adjacent to the campus community garden.
Tons of interesting opportunities for volunteering, getting dirty, meeting like minded sustainability focused people, and learning about natural building techniques will be available. These events will take place between May 23rd and June 2nd. Check out the schedule, inspirations, and resources HERE.
We hope everyone has a wonderful Memorial Day weekend. Thanks for reading!
The EcoWiki Team
Korean Delegation Turns to Portland for Green City Expertise (Sustainable Business Portland)
Freshwater Trust Builds Market for Water Quality (Sustainable Business Portland)
Neighborhood Branding: Determining What to Change and How (Neighborhood Notes)
Is Urban Agriculture Able to Surpass the Hype Stage in the Netherlands? (City Farmer News)
The Rise of the New Economy Movement (The Huffington Post)
Former PSU Student Entrepreneurs Pop-up in the City (PSU Vanguard)
Food Carts at PSU: A How-To Page (Sweeeet!!!)
Oregon Tilth to Merge with California Certified Organic Farmers (Sustainable Business Oregon)
My Street Grocery Brings the Grocer to the People (PSU Vanguard)
Bottle Brick Workshop (Wed, May 23)
Natural Paint Workshop (10:00 Wed, May 23)
PSUBAC Biker Breakfast (Thurs, May 24)
What's On Your Face? The Business and Policy by Creating Non-Toxic Personal Care Products (Thurs, May 24)
PSUBAC Bike Rides (Sun, May 27)
Program Director, Green Empowerment (Expires June 1st)
Paid-Clean Technology Development Intern with Oregon Best (Expires June 21st)
Youth Leaders for Sustainability is Seeking Two Summer Interns (Expires August 1st)
AmeriCorps Positions at Linfield (Open Until Filled)
2012 Village Helix (Friday, June 29th - Sunday, July 1st)
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