Tyler Snortum-Phelps
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Simple Steps To Stay Grounded In Difficult Times

The following is a process for grounding and natural renewal provided by Amy Erez of Sugi Health. Amy will be co-presenting a workshop with…Continue

Started Feb 28

Look Who's Taking Action: Water Wizards & Sewer Science

Sustainable Contra Costa has teamed up with Central San to teach elementary and high…Continue

Started Jan 31

Community Resillience Challenge Coordinator - CLOSED

This position has been filled.Title: Community Resilience Challenge East Bay 2017 Project CoordinatorProject Timeframe: February – June 2017Schedule: Approximately 200 hours (10-20 hrs/week. Most…Continue

Started Jan 26

One Way To Be A Planet-Friendly Consumer: Just Buy Less Stuff!
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While we are thinking about where to spend our money that has the most benefit and the least harmful impact on the global environment, we might consider another question: Do I need to buy this at…Continue

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Annual Wildlife Festival at Wagner Ranch Nature Area

April 23, 2017 from 11:30am to 4:30pm
This fun family event is FREE and open to the public. Come enjoy pond critters, goats, garden activities, Native American drumming, arts & crafts, and more! This free outdoor event offers fun and educational activities for the entire family!  Pond and Garden ActivitiesHoneybees, Goats, Turtles and ParrotsNative American Drumming and StorytellingFood and MusicFace Painting and Wildlife TattoosArts & CraftsDocent-led tours of the beautiful, historic 18-acre property, the home site of…See More
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Living In Sync With Nature at Private home in Pleasant Hill

April 1, 2017 from 2pm to 4pm
We will spend our time together being introduced to the wide variety of ways that we benefit from living in sync with nature. Our experiences will lead us to understanding how we fall out of balance and the resulting stresses that influence our lives. Solutions for stepping back into the natural rhythms of life will be offered. A snack foraged from the garden will be served. www.SugiHealth.com …See More
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Becoming Better Stewards Of The Earth at St. Paul's Episcopal Church

April 1, 2017 from 10am to 2pm
Advocacy Training Workshopsponsored by Contra Costa Interfaith Climate Action NetworkPre-register for lunch at http://tinyurl.com/gvu23raClimate change is harming all of life on Earth. Join us to learn how we may become better stewards of our part of the Earth here in Contra Costa County.On-site registration starts 9:30amVegetarian lunch available for $10Free ParkingQuestions? Call Jan at 925-818-6530email icancontracostacounty@gmail.comPROGRAM:What can…See More
Mar 16
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City of Concord Earth Day at Hillcrest Community Park

April 22, 2017 from 8am to 12pm
Events Program Coordinator Shannon Griffin is planning Concord's second Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 22 from 8 a.m. to noon at Hillcrest Park, Olivera Road at Grant Street."We are setting this morning aside to celebrate our planet, and make improvements to this popular community park," says Shannon.Bring your family to assist with tree plantings, path restoration, creek clean-up, trash pick-up and the planting of a butterfly garden.The check-in tent will be located near the…See More
Mar 13
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Earth Hour 2017 at Worldwide

March 25, 2017 from 8:30pm to 9:30pm
Earth Hour is a global environmental movement that mobilizes hundreds of millions of people to make a difference for the planet. Its core vision is to create environmental impact by utilizing the power of the crowd.Turn out your lights for one hour, at 8:30 p.m. on March 25th, joining millions of people and cities around the world that are turning off the lights to show we care about our home planet.More informationSee More
Mar 1
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Simple Steps To Stay Grounded In Difficult Times

The following is a process for grounding and natural renewal provided by Amy Erez of Sugi Health. Amy will be co-presenting a workshop with Sustainable Contra Costa "Living In Sync With Nature" on April 1st. More information and registration is here.As human beings we are a species that has an enormous capacity to adapt during times…See More
Feb 28
Tyler Snortum-Phelps left a comment for Kathleen Schwallie
"Hi Kathleen, welcome to the SCOCO Network! Can you send me your full contact info for our database? We have an initiative called "Growing Together" which tracks all the gardens in the county. We are also founding members of the Contra…"
Feb 24
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The Egg & I: Backyard Chickens For Everyone at Private home in Walnut Creek

March 25, 2017 from 10am to 12pm
Backyard chickens are easier than ever! You can enjoy fresh eggs and the many benefits for your garden of these peaceful and low maintenance animals. The class will cover starting chicks, coop designs, food, bedding, health, egg birds vs. eggs & meat, and ALL your questions! Coop designs and resource list will be provided.Location details will be sent upon registration.$20 fee. …See More
Feb 22
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What's The Buzz: Backyard Beekeeping at Rodgers Ranch Heritage Center

March 16, 2017 from 10am to 12pm
Are you thinking about keeping bees? Or perhaps you just want to know more about these miraculous garden helpers and how to encourage them to visit your yard? Jan Pinkerton-Spieth, our expert from the Mt. Diablo Beekeepers' Association, teaches us about bee biology, equipment, installation, seasonal management, bee-friendly gardens, and much more!$20 fee. Register HERESee More
Feb 21
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Look Who's Taking Action: Water Wizards & Sewer Science

Sustainable Contra Costa has teamed up with Central San to teach elementary and high school students about local water issues and protecting the local watershed. Through the Water Wizards program, we take elementary school kids on an interactive adventure that explores the water cycle and the path of water from our homes to the bay. They uncover the mystery of cleaning wastewater and…See More
Jan 31
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Community Resillience Challenge Coordinator - PAID

This position has been filled.Title: Community Resilience Challenge East Bay 2017 Project CoordinatorProject Timeframe: February – June 2017Schedule: Approximately 200 hours (10-20 hrs/week. Most time will be spent in April and May)Consultant Fee: $4,000 - $4,500Description: The Community Resilience Challenge Project Coordinator will coordinate the implementation of the Community Resilience Challenge East Bay, an annual mobilization campaign…See More
Jan 26
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What's The Buzz: Backyard Beekeeping at Rodgers Ranch Heritage Center

March 16, 2017 from 10am to 12pm
Are you thinking about keeping bees? Or perhaps you just want to know more about these miraculous garden helpers and how to encourage them to visit your yard? Jan Pinkerton-Spieth, our expert from the Mt. Diablo Beekeepers' Association, teaches us about bee biology, equipment, installation, seasonal management, bee-friendly gardens, and much more!$20 fee. Register HERESee More
Jan 23
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Clean & Green: Easy Non-Toxic Gardening at Pittsburg Library Community Room

March 11, 2017 from 10am to 12pm
Certified permaculturist Kelley Burnham will teach you all about healthy soil without chemicals; what to plant and where, with special emphasis on habitat for bees, butterflies, and beneficial insects. Also learn which plants work well together and which don't, good and bad bug identification, and make your own, all-natural "Killah Bug Spray".$20 fee. Register HERESee More
Jan 23
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Drip Irrigation 101 at Pittsburg Environmental Center

February 18, 2017 from 10am to 12pm
Drip irrigation allows you to save a tremendous amount of water vs. traditional irrigation methods! Learn the basics of planning and installing a drip system in your yard. Resource materials will be provided.$20 fee. Register HERESee More
Jan 23

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Job Opening - Regional Manager with Rising Sun Energy

Rising Sun is hiring for a full-time Regional Manager with our California Youth Energy Services program. This position plays a key leadership role on the Youth Programs team, supervising a Regional Outreach Manager and overseeing program implementation and success in Oakland, Richmond, Santa Rosa, and Marin County. 

 

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Posted on February 23, 2016 at 11:27pm

Job Opening: Green Team Assistant

We have an opportunity to work for a non-profit implementing a district wide recycling program in Martinez Unified Schools.  We are looking for a person interested in working with elementary school children and at-risk high school students to run a Recycling Education initiative program.  The job was designed for college-age students who are looking for part time work and are also interested in careers in sustainable education.  

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Posted on December 18, 2015 at 10:54am

SCOCO awarding $500 in Seeds of Change Contest

Sustainable Contra Costa announces the Seeds of Change Innovation Contest. This contest will showcase great ideas, fund innovative projects and recognize creative thinkers in our community.
 
We're looking for creative projects and innovative ideas that have the potential for broad use and wide impact.…
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Posted on July 23, 2015 at 5:17pm

Give Back, For Goodness Sake!

Posted on December 1, 2014 at 11:49am

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