A Deeper Focus

14
Nov

Introducing SLO Review

On October 11, SLO County’s online connection to arts and culture went live. SLOReview.org publishes feature articles, reviews of local productions and exhibits, commentary on creative expression, and opportunities for everyone to explore their personal relationship with arts and culture. Please take a moment to check it out. Become a subscriber (it’s free!) to receive...
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14
Nov

BUILD grants awarded!

Ecologistics and the San Luis Obispo Climate Coalition both received BUILD grants from the Community Foundation this month.  Ecologistics will receive $4,800 for interns to provide social media support to its 40+ fiscally-sponsored organizations.  SLO Climate Coalition received $5,000 to support their development of a communications strategy on climate issues.  Thank you Community Foundation and...
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30
Oct

CLIMATE BENEFIT CONCERT

Date : 5th Nov to 10th Nov Healthy Climate Initiative in collaboration with Climate Foundation, Climformatics, Indigenous People’s Climate Justice Forum, and several other organizations is hosting a Save The Glaciers global concert to raise funds and awareness for a planet-cooling mission & slow down glacial melt in the Himalayas.  The concert will be broadcast online...
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21
Oct

Meet our newest board member!

Ecologistics welcomes new board member Dawn Carpenter.  Dawn was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. In 1965, her family moved to Upland, California where she graduated high school. She then moved to Toronto, Ontario, Canada until 1985 when she moved to Templeton, California where she still resides. Dawn graduated from York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada...
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21
Oct

Welcome California College Corps Fellows!

Ecologistics was invited to participate in the first AmeriCorps College Fellowship program, or “College Corps.”  This fellowship is providing 6,500 college students statewide with service-learning opportunities over the span of one academic year to tackle statewide challenges in climate action, K-12 education, and food insecurity.  The Coastal California Civic Leadership Consortium consists of Cal Poly,...
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