New Tool for Pest Management: Kiosk at the Ecology Center

New Tool for Pest Management: Kiosk at the Ecology Center
One of our staff attended an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) training hosted by the University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program (UC IPM). It was a day packed with information on safe and effective methods to manage pests in the garden (like aphids and snails), and home (ants, termites, etc.) One exciting outcome of… Read more »

When Washington Goes Low, We Go Local

When Washington Goes Low, We Go Local
On this inaugural day of 2017, a billionaire climate-denying demagogue and his corporate cronies move into the center of our democracy, rebuking the norms, traditions, and institutions that allow us to pursue a more perfect union. We must brace for the worst: heinous policy agendas and an all-out assault on basic, democratic tenets. But we… Read more »

#BlackLivesMatter to the Ecology Center

#BlackLivesMatter to the Ecology Center
Two years ago, the Ecology Center formed a Solidarity and Allyship working group, comprised of staff from diverse backgrounds and experiences. The committee’s work is supported with a budget, so we can take the lead on internal assessments and staff trainings. In its two years, we have successfully implemented two all-day trainings, hosted several topical… Read more »

Have dinner with us! Sunday Supper at Chez Panisse, 1/15/16

Have dinner with us! Sunday Supper at Chez Panisse, 1/15/16
We’re excited to be part of Sunday Suppers’ third season! Join us January 15th at Chez Panisse as part of restaurateur Charlie Hallowell’s Sunday Suppers series. Launched in May 2014, this event brings together spectacular food and good company to raise money for a different East Bay organization working on behalf of the community. To… Read more »

No Time to Despair. Let’s Get Busy Creating the Future!

No Time to Despair. Let's Get Busy Creating the Future!
Dear Ecology Center Supporters, The Trump victory has shaken us to the core. It’s a complete repudiation of the values we hold dear. We are awakening to a different view of the work ahead, marked by grave uncertainties. What will happen to US commitments to address climate change? The food stamp program? Immigrants? Basic civil… Read more »