What Does the Ecology Center Offer Youth?

What Does the Ecology Center Offer Youth?
The Ecology Center is a great non-profit organization founded in 1969 by a group of Berkeley residents who were eager for environmental reform. To this day, it continues to be in the forefront of many environmental campaigns. It’s never too early to become an environmental activist and the Ecology Center offers resources for everyone in… Read more »

Ecology Center’s Dante Kaleo Alnas-Benson Recognized as 50 Fund Rookie Playmaker! Thank You 50 Fund and Levi’s!

Ecology Center’s Dante Kaleo Alnas-Benson Recognized as 50 Fund Rookie Playmaker! Thank You 50 Fund and Levi’s!
Amazing news – our staffer Dante Kaleo Alnas-Benson has been recognized as a leader among his community by the 50 Fund and Levi’s! They have made him a Rookie Playmaker, for his work to spread the word about healthy food access, and lead his peers by example in the community he has grown up in,… Read more »

We’re Hiring for Youth Positions, Administrative Associate, Lead Farmers’ Market Manager & Events Coordinator – Apply Soon!

We're Hiring for Youth Positions, Administrative Associate, Lead Farmers' Market Manager & Events Coordinator - Apply Soon!
Come work with us! Our Youth Development program is offering exciting new youth positions that offer first steps for the next generation of environmental leaders. We’re also looking for part time and full time staff in our Education & Engagement and Food & Farming programs. Brief details for these positions are below. Help us find… Read more »

Wild Fermentation with Phat Beetz Youth Pickle Co, 5/2/15

Wild Fermentation with Phat Beetz Youth Pickle Co, 5/2/15
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 »

10 ways we moved the needle in 2014

10 ways we moved the needle in 2014
Here’s what’s inspiring us to think big for 2015: 1. We helped pass Measure D, doing what we always do: convening, creating content-rich events, engaging the community, and changing the environment so it supports health, justice, and resilience. 2. Market Match expanded to 153 farmers’ markets in California, creating 46,412 purchases of affordable fruits and… Read more »