Love pickled vegetables? Learn to make your own! It’s easy, affordable, incredibly healthy, and maybe slightly addictive. Talk with any fermentation enthusiast and you might get a glimpse that pickled vegetables is a gateway into the wild, macrobiotic world of cultured foods. Coming up, Saturday, May 2nd, we have a free event that we hope… Read more »
The Ecology Center was incorporated as an organization 45 years ago today, on the first Earth Day in 1970. We’re so proud to be 45 years young, and stronger than ever. Younger generations in our country are far more likely to recycle, buy local foods, and be concerned about climate change, and they’ve brought their… Read more »
We know so many parents, community members, and especially students, past and present, who are big fans of Berkeley’s public school Garden & Cooking Program. We are too, because the program provides invaluable health, nutrition, and food literacy lessons to a broad swath of Berkeley’s kids. We’ve been concerned by the repeated cuts to the… Read more »
We have just posted a new Senior Accountant position on our jobs page! In addition, we are still accepting applicants for our Farmers’ Market Program Manager, and On-Call Curbside Recycling Driver positions. We encourage you to visit ecologycenter.org/jobs for full descriptions, and details on how to apply.
The Senior Accountant has direct responsibility… Read more »
The EcoHouse is featured at a news stand near you! We were thrilled that the East Bay Express scoped out features there to inform their article on water conservation. Our staffer Carrie Bennett talked to them about the obvious features like the laundry-to-landscape greywater and rainwater catchment systems. She also shared the less obvious ways… Read more »