Come Out to our Building Holiday Party, 12/5/14

Come Out to our Building Holiday Party, 12/5/14
Join us this Friday, December 5th, 2014 for our annual building holiday party. This year’s holiday party will include open houses at the Ecology Center, Sierra Club, Golden Gate Audubon, SEEDS, and the League of Women Voters. You can look forward to a night of delicious food & treats, music, a free raffle, updates on… Read more »

Annual Members’ Sale and Food Makers Walking Tour, 11/23/14

Annual Members' Sale and Food Makers Walking Tour, 11/23/14
A few times a year, we offer special events for our community of members, who support our work to build a sustainable, healthy, and just future. We have one of these events coming up next Sunday, November 23rd! Current members are invited to come shop our Store with a special discount of 20% off purchases,… Read more »

Compost Happens: Compost 101 at the EcoHouse, 11/2/14

Compost Happens: Compost 101 at the EcoHouse, 11/2/14
Do you know how hardworking compost is? It builds up the things we want – healthy soils that retain water, sequester carbon, and grow nutrient-dense plants – and reduces the things we don’t, like food waste, synthetic fertilizers, and greenhouse gas emissions. The best way to get up close with compost is to try it… Read more »

Ecology Center Hosts “Climate Refugees” Documentary Screening, 8/15/14

Ecology Center Hosts "Climate Refugees" Documentary Screening, 8/15/14
Environmental refugees are now more prevalent than political refugees. This week, news outlets reported a landmark ruling by New Zealand, which granted residency to a family from Tuvalu, for reasons connected to climate change. Sea level rise, along with floods, droughts, desertification, famine, and other climate change impacts are forcing people across the globe to… Read more »

Get the Low Down on Pee and Poo: Composting Toilet Event, 8/7/14

Get the Low Down on Pee and Poo: Composting Toilet Event, 8/7/14
Composting toilets and urine reuse are drought-savvy practices that we don’t see many public examples of in the US. These systems can be sanitary and ecological, conserving drinkable water for uses other than flushing toilets. Get the low down on repurposing human waste at an evening presentation with Greywater Action, Thursday, August 7th. Learn about… Read more »