Lois Courchaine
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  • Concord, CA
  • United States
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Safe Medication Disposal Is Crucial. Please take two minutes to take this survey!

Public Input Needed   The misuse of prescription medication has become a serious public health issue in Contra Costa County and across the nation. We need your input to help identify the best methods…Continue

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Started Sep 20, 2016

Job Opportunity at the Greenbelt Alliance!

Job Opportunity! Greenbelt Program Director PositionThe Program Director leads Greenbelt Alliance’s Natural Landscapes and Local Farms & Ranches initiatives through which the organization works…Continue

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Started Mar 13, 2015

Just Say NO...To GMOs!

GMOs – Going Against Nature? Editorial by Lois Courchaine There are always different sides to a story, and it’s no different with GMOs. For those of you that aren’t in the “know” about GMOs, the…Continue

Started Aug 5, 2013

Contra Costa Clean Water Initiative Fact Sheet
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 Protecting Clean WaterEach year, tons of harmful and dangerous pollutants, bacteria and trash are carried through our neighborhoods and enter local creeks, reservoirs, lakes, the Delta and Bay. As…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sundong Kwong Mar 31, 2012.

 

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Koolaid to the Rescue...For Crafting Only Folks!

I adore doing crafty things, especially around the holidays. So when I was exploring ideas for Christmas tree decorations, I came across something really cool. Feathers! I decided that I would take some feathers left over from another project and make cool tree ornaments. There was one problem though…my feathers were orange and I needed red ones. Google to the rescue, and I found a recipe for dying feathers with-of all things-Koolaid!…

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Posted on December 3, 2013 at 4:07pm

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