A Deeper Focus

06
Jul

Meet Ecologistics’ fabulous interns

The Ecologistics board was thrilled to find three wonderful Cal Poly students to help us with our busy first half of 2022.  Their energy and skills were of great assistance as we put on not only our annual Central Coast Bioneers Conference, but also our Carrizo Colloquium, which had been on hiatus since 2018.  The...
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06
Jul

Welcome Floracycle

Ecologistics is delighted to introduce you to our newest sponsored organization, Floracycle.  Cal Poly graduates, Amy Millan (currently a biologist with Cal Trans) and Annie Gillespie (an environmental specialist with SLO County), started Floracycle in October 2021.  The organization retrieves and repurposes fresh floral arrangements that are unneeded at the conclusion of special events. Donated...
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06
Jul

Open Farm Days are here

Tickets are on sale now for FARMstead ED’s Open Farm Days.  Eighteen farms will be featured over three days, from July 15-17.  The tour is self-guided and will include demos, tasting, and farm tours.  This is a family-friendly agricultural experience for all ages that will spotlight and showcase local farms, ranches and purveyors along the...
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02
Jun

Carrizo Colloquium/Photo Contest a success

Approximately 80 people assembled in person and by Zoom May 6 for Ecologistics’ bi-annual Carrizo Colloquium.  There was great joy in being together in person again and conversations in the room were nearly nonstop during breaks.  Encouraging and not so encouraging reports were provided by the biologists overseeing the endangered species out on the Carrizo...
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01
May

Bioneers 2022 in-person and virtual event May 13-15

The National Bioneers Conference will be held at the San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts Friday-Saturday, May 13, 14 and 15.  Themed “A Window Through” this will be the first in-person Bioneers event since October 2019.  A virtual option is available for those who wish to enjoy the event from their own living rooms. Speaking...
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07
Apr

Natural burial is now available in SLO County

A small group of locals, dedicated to simple, earth-friendly burial, have been searching for a county site for several years. Last year, we were contacted by Ed Bixby, president of the national Green Burial Council. He has been buying neglected historic cemeteries around the nation, tidying them up, and offering natural burial. We are grateful...
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