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  • commented 2018-05-23 14:51:55 -0700
    Do you have a job description for a Green Collar Employment Specialist
  • commented 2018-04-01 09:30:45 -0700
    hi I am contacting you to see if me and my children qualify for any of your services or can we get any help with a filtration system we all have been affected by the led poisoning and I think its to the point that nobody really cares anymore and basically just waiting to see what the out come is going to be in the near future it is not many sources for us I know the city is making renovations for the city but as far as it goes for the water crisis its pretty much forgotten about if you ask me.
  • commented 2018-03-23 16:11:40 -0700
    Hi. I wanted to point out that Humboldt County’s water system can use some work. The sewage from marijuana leaves, debris, etc. are damaging to the ecosystem.

    There are a number of grow operations up North that should be making contributions to keep everything clean.
  • commented 2018-03-22 14:27:57 -0700
    I was informed about a grant for flint residents, and I wanted to know how i would apply for this grant and where i can find this form. I live in the city of flint.
  • commented 2018-03-04 11:32:22 -0800
  • commented 2017-12-30 17:29:36 -0800
    FWOP sponors a journal ’ sustainable communities review ’

    perhaps you or someone in your organization may wish to submit a paper.
  • commented 2017-12-30 17:27:08 -0800
    Possible partnership or cooperation ..l.. www,fwop.org totally volunteer run


    and our new initiative www.buyartfightpoverty.org we also have you tube channel

    www.youtube.com type in ’ future without poverty.org
  • commented 2017-12-15 10:28:01 -0800
    Dear Green For All,


    The School of Adaptive Agriculture is now accepting applications for their 2018 Spring and Summer terms. We would appreciate if could share the information below with your members. Thank you in advance for your help.


    Regards,


    Kelly Hansen

    Office Manager




    Learn to Farm With Us


    Are you looking for your entry point into sustainable agriculture? Having a strong understanding of crop production, animal husbandry, business management, industrial arts, and community dynamics is integral to launching you into the food system. Join us at SAA for an inspirational and transformational 12 weeks. We are now accepting applications for 2018 Spring and Summer terms!


    The School of Adaptive Agriculture’s program is designed for practical people who are ready to make a difference in the real world. Students’ with a desire to enter a career in agriculture equipped with essential skills, knowledge, and resources. Students who want to be among the million new farmers, ranchers, and small businesses this country needs in order to transform agriculture through creative and profitable enterprises.


    At the School of Adaptive Agriculture, students are immersed in a residential training program and are exposed to a broad spectrum of scales, styles, strategies, and skills. This 12-week program combines experiential learning on a 5,000-acre diverse ranch with classroom based learning in order to send students off with a comprehensive vocabulary, skill set, and understanding of the foundations of small-scale agriculture. You will live and work on a beautiful 5,000-acre ranch with diverse vegetables, grains, fruit trees, and livestock. Guest instructors and staff members provide a comprehensive skill-based curriculum in business management, marketing, industrial arts, animal husbandry, soil and ecology, and crop production, supported by an understanding of the theory and history of our food systems. You will leave with hands-on practical experience, and a framework for thinking outside the box, creative decision-making, and communication that improves your business planning, community networking, and relationship building. Over 25 field trip hosts and 12 guest instructors participate in the learning experience, giving students a well-rounded education that will help to launch them into a career in the food system.


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  • commented 2017-12-14 00:04:11 -0800
    I heard about you guys through word of mouth on my college campus. I’ve been following the efforts of the organization for about 3 years now. However, now I have a great opportunity to partner with green for all and public allies. Is there any way we can collaborate together? I live in New Orleans and there is a serious issue with water here. Either lead in the orleans parish water sysytem, or recent class action lawsuits against the sewage and water board following flooding. I’d love to get involved somehow with the community and green for all. And create more exposure to the organization.
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