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Coalition Re-Launch Party!

The Student Sustainability Coalition has undergone a big transformation. With the new school year, new name, and new logo, we are kicking off with a Grand Celebration! When: Tuesday Oct. 15th 5:00PM – 7:00PM Where: Student Sustainability Coalition (EMU breezeway) Who: All are welcome!  Please RSVP here. Join us! ~ Unveil the Sustainability Coalition Charter ~ Get […]

Student Sustainability Fund has a BIG impact on the UO Charleston Campus

Prior to the work of dedicated students like Cate Pritchard, the Oregon Institute of Marine Biology in Charleston had no comprehensive recycling program! In the 2012 round of Student Sustainability Fund award, OIMB received support to begin to turn around their campus. The final report, recently submitted to the Board for the Sustainability Center, highlights their […]

OLIS Green Films Series

OLIS Green Films Series is coming! FRESH   Thursday, April 5, 2012 | 5:30pm | 128 ChilesOfficial selection at 2009 Newport Beach Film Festival, 2009 Maine International FilmFestival, 2009 Sustainable Living Film Festival, and 2009 Environmental Film Festival.FRESH profiles the farmers, thinkers and business people of America who are re-inventingfood production. With a commitment to […]

Sprout! First Annual Stalk-Holder Celebration

A kick‐off celebration, known as the First Annual Stalk‐Holder Celebration, will take place from 1pm to 4pm on Saturday, March 10, 2012 at the Sprout! location at 418 A Street (currently the First Christian Church). The First Annual Stalk-Holder Celebration will launch Sprout! Sprout! Community Food Hub will house Lane County’s first regional year‐round farmers’ and […]

let’s get together: Earth Day planning

If we all organized for one event, and put our heads and hearts together, what could that look like? Come one and all, let’s embody collaboration, education, and activism to create a multi-dimensional Earth Day 2012 Celebration (an hour, a day, a week(?) around April 22nd) Our first  TOTALLY AND COMPLETELY OPEN planning meeting will […]

Edible Assets? How agricultural commodities speculation impacts food prices.

Global Oregon, the Economics Department, and the Center for Sustainable Business Practices would like to invite you to a panel discussion on agriculture commodities speculation and its impact on food prices.   The event will take place Monday, November 14 at 7pm in the Mills International Center (EMU).   For more information, please visit the […]