Ecotech Institute’s Clean Jobs Index, a tool to compare states’ use and development of clean and sustainable energy, found more than 3.5 million job postings in the clean energy sector last year. This is a 19 percent increase…Continue
Added by Chelsea O'Neill on March 7, 2014 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Students attending Ecotech Institute, the only college entirely focused on renewable energy and sustainability training, can now receive industry certification from three distinct national standards development and credential organizations. This provides Ecotech Institute graduates the best foundation possible to immediately make an impact in their field.
Ecotech Institute students have the opportunity to graduate with certifications from…Continue
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On Tuesday, March 4, Ecotech Institute will hold a free 30-minute afternoon webinar, “Launching a Career in Engineering Technology,” that takes a look at how to have a successful career in engineering technology. The session is part of an…Continue
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Trade Ya! The August Green Hour - Tuesday August 20 6pm at Black Acre Brewing - 5632 E Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46219
They are passionate about improving our City, giving back to the community and working as a team.
They believe in education that's accessible to everyone.
At Trade School Indianapolis, money never changes hands,…
Added by Jeff Echols on August 14, 2013 at 12:12pm — No Comments
In honor of the 150 Anniversary of the Civil war we gather our permaculture posies, bind are breasts for uniform, prepare the wash tub, and gather the gear of gauze, cotton and whiskey to help at the field hospital.
With quill and parchment in hand, Women often joined the civil war as a way to earn money. The first paid positions for women were the cook and the nurse but others found a pension as soliders or spies more rewarding financially. The hoop skirt was the perfect…Continue
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Linens on the line and the heavy of winter removed from our laundry cycle. Ahh summer has arrived and we welcome the next season into our lives. Tupperware Tumblers rather then solo cups are some of the green chances that we can foster everyday. Planting exotic mints in the permaculture patch and cooking slowly in an energy efficient crockpot.
What changes are you making?
Added by Mrs. Cara Dafforn on June 21, 2013 at 8:48am — No Comments
Nine of the 11 members of Indiana’s congressional delegation have sent a letter to President Obama asking him to kill a proposed regulation on coal-fired power plants.......“And "we the people” continue to pay every day the hidden costs in poor health, weather extreme disasters, food shortages, displaced populations, species loss. and so much more due to the activities of big coal, oil, gas, that just increases the bottom line of the greediest among humanity. They in turn use that blood…Continue
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The May Green Hour - Tuesday, May 21st - 6pm at Black Acre Brewing Co. - 5632 E Washington, Indianapolis 46219
Remember last summer when severe heat and drought led the City of Indianapolis and many neighboring cities and towns to impose water restrictions? These actions amounted to a culture shock for many of our friends and neighbors. Unfortunately though, in some parts of the…
Fooling with 'feel good measures,' mitigations reported recently regarding ecological destruction along I69 extension, and everywhere else.
Added by Ellen on May 14, 2013 at 10:32am — No Comments
If people are 'genuinely enthused about conservation and taking care of the planet,' stay home, plant a garden, plant a tree, ride a bike, take a walk, on 'Earth' day, rather than attending a long distance, Earth day 'event', especially one sponsored by some of the largest polluters on Earth.
Added by Ellen on April 24, 2013 at 10:34am — No Comments
Your muscle ache from shovelling the snow, and we have been germinating for weeks in our kitchen window gardens, sheds and cold frames. In honor of Heather Tallmans bold decision to have a second act to this play called life, I salute those busy women who still find time to put coconut honey rice pudding in their crockpots and sing, write, and paint their well being into a meaningful life purpose.
Keepers of the hearth plan a garden to replenish your pantry and…Continue
Added by Mrs. Cara Dafforn on March 25, 2013 at 12:29pm — No Comments
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The number of Monarch butterflies making it to their winter refuge in Mexico dropped 59 percent this year, falling to the lowest level since comparable record-keeping began 20 years ago, scientists reported Wednesday.
"All three countries, United States, Canada, Mexico, need to face up to the fact that it is our collective activities that are killing the migratory phenomenon of the Monarch butterfly"
Grow MILKWEEDs, several different kinds(to lay eggs, is…Continue
These are the PDC Courses Hosted in Stelle - See our Schedule of all Trainings for Additional…
Added by Ernest Rando on March 8, 2013 at 5:07pm — No Comments
All Day Workshop – Sunday, April 14th – at Midwest Permaculture, Stelle, IL
Price – $95 – Includes Workshop and Lunch. …Continue
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We are having a Leave No Trace Trainer Course on April 5-7 come and learn how to camp and travel low impact style. Trainer Course open to youth and adults 14 and older.
Boy Scouts can become Leave No Trace Troop Trainer for their unit after completing the course. Here is kink for the course.
Trainer Course is open to all user group. Come and enjoy in the fun.…Continue
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Just Posted – Apply Now – Accepting Qualified…Continue
Added by Ernest Rando on February 23, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
I happened to be in Austin Texas and had the opportunity to rent an electric hybrid bike for 15 days. I used it for everything and put nearly 300 miles on the bike. My conclusion was that it is an amazing thing with big implications for Indiana.