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Spring Creek Project hosts two writing residencies in the spring–the Collaborative Residency at the Cabin at Shotpouch Creek and the Andrews Forest Writers’ Residency at the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest. For those interested in these positions, residency applications are due December 1st. Andrews Forest Writers’ Residency This residency is part of theLong-Term Ecological Reflections program, […]
Lane County homeowners can learn to save money on yard maintenance and lessen their impact on the environment through a class offered by the Oregon State University Extension Service. Sustainable Landscape training provides the public with practical information to create sustainable/green/ecological landscapes. Participants will learn to utilize landscape practices that can be applied to their […]
A recent issue of BioScience has revealed the severity of negative trends in certain types of environmental harm and their impact on human well-being. The viewpoint article World Scientists Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice was signed by more than 15,000 scientists in 184 countries. Among the negative 25-year global trends noted in […]
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On Friday, October 27th, volunteers gathered ~860 pounds of raw squash. Those helping gathered together to cut, puree, and cook all the squash that was then donated to the Human Service Resource Center here at Oregon State. Among the volunteers were members of TheOrganicGrowersClub, Food for Sustainabilitycourse students, and the Student Sustainability Initiative. The project […]
The OSUsed Store is open for its weekly evening public sale on Halloween! Come by on October 31 between 5:30 and 7:30 pm and reach into our cauldron to pick an eyeball you just may be lucky enough to draw one good for money off your purchase that day!* Join this event on Facebook. […]
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