The Apprenticeship program involves a full-time, 6 month paid staff position that will be based in one of the Sierra Club’s offices. The program will run from Monday, September 30, 2013 through Friday, March 28th. In addition to your salary, the Sierra Club will pay (up to a certain amount) for your transportation to our office at the […]
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On Saturday, student staff and members of the Board of Directors headed down to Yoncalla to help survey an incredibly diverse fruit orchard with over 4000 varieties of apples alone. In order to support protection of this diversity as the orchard’s owner (center) moves on, the team cataloged and recorded the variety name, health, and location of […]
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Article website here Tuesday, October 18th, 2011 UO residence halls think globally, eat locally By Rachel Starr UO media relations intern Bikes are common on the University of Oregon campus. But on move-in day, freshmen and their families were surprised when a bike from Hummingbird Wholesale hauled nearly 1,000 pounds of local and organic beans […]
From manufacturing demand to designing products to break, to flat out scaring people into buying more and more stuff for stuff’s sake… This great 20 minute video highlights where we’re at as a consumer culture, how we got here, and why folks all over the place are seeing the need to change. The story of […]