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SEED Center Celebrates 3rd Anniversary

Three years ago, on 10/10/10, ecoAmerica and the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) launched the Sustainability Education and Economic Development Center, the SEED Center, to advance sustainability and green workforce development practices at community colleges. By sharing innovative models and free resources, the SEED Center helps increase the capacity of college leaders, faculty, and […]

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Announcing YOUtopia, Engaging Americans on Climate Through Public Gardens

ecoAmerica’s newest national public engagement program, YOUtopia, debuted last week at the annual conference of the American Public Gardens Association (APGA). YOUtopia is a unique leadership initiative that adds public gardens to the list of sectors leading on climate change solutions and public engagement. The program is a partnership between ecoAmerica and APGA, which is […]

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Public Garden Magazine Features YOUtopia

by ecoAmerica Program Director Claire Carlin  ecoAmerica has partnered with the American Public Gardens Association (APGA) to create the YOUtopia program, which will positively engage public gardens’ 70 million visitors in climate change solutions. The recent issue of APGA’s magazine Public Garden is devoted to how gardens can address climate change, and YOUtopia plays a […]

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ecoAmerica’s SEED Center celebrates 2nd anniversary with inaugural Green Genome Awards

by ecoAmerica Program Director Claire Carlin  In October 2010 ecoAmerica launched the Sustainability Education and Economic Development, SEED, Center in partnership with the American Association of Community Colleges. SEED advances sustainability and green workforce development practices at community colleges by sharing innovative models and FREE resources to increase the capacity of college leaders, faculty, and […]

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Sustainability Education and Economic Development Initiative: Program Review 2012 Released

by ecoAmerica Program Director Claire Carlin  Program brings clean economy opportunities to community colleges and millions of students nationwide.  In October 2010, ecoAmerica with the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) launched SEED to advance sustainability and green workforce development at community colleges nationwide. To accomplish this mission, SEED functions as a leadership initiative, free […]

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