A Deeper Focus

06
Aug

Local residents learned how to be the change

The first round of graduates completed Ecologistics’ Empower.SLO activism training course on June 21.   Meeting for two hours every Wednesday night for six weeks, participants learned skills such as how to influence legislation, how to have productive conversations with those you disagree with, basic community organizing and how to communicate your passion in writing and...
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03
Jun

Calling all SLO water protectors

Protect SLO Water needs you to a stand up to Big Oil and say no to sacrificing our water for toxic oil waste injection.  On June 15 the San Luis Obispo Superior Court will hear a precedent-setting water case that could determine the fate of SLO County’s underground water.  Enforcement of protections for our groundwater...
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03
Jun

Two films of interest coming to SLO

HopeDance FiLMs is screening “Crazywise” at 7:00 pm June 9 at the San Luis Obispo County Public Library meeting room at Palm and Osos.  This documentary looks at how traditional wisdom of indigenous people often contradicts Western views about a mental health crisis and explores what we can learn from people who have turned their...
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10
May

Poly Canyon Ventures now under Ecologistics umbrella

Ecologistics is pleased to announce that it has entered into a fiscal sponsorship arrangement with Poly Canyon Ventures, a non-profit organization founded and managed by Cal Poly students. PCV’s mission is to help Cal Poly students learn about socially and environmentally responsible entrepreneurship and early-stage investing by embodying the college’s learn-by-doing philosophy. PCV’s Board of Advisors...
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08
May

An Interview with Brittany Anzel App

At Ecologistics, we are excited to be sponsoring the work of local story-teller, photographer, and documentary filmmaker Brittany Anzel App. I recently had the opportunity to speak over the phone with Brittany to discuss her latest project, ‘Where There Once Was Water’, a feature length documentary exploring California’s water crisis. My conversation with Brittany inspired...
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25
Apr

Beginning Activism Class Starts May 17th

Ecologistics is starting something new for San Luis Obispo – a beginning activism class for people who want to answer the call for involvement in the burgeoning progressive movement.  Whatever issue you care deeply about – environmental protection, health care for all, women’s rights, climate change – you will learn the skills you need to...
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