Local Sustainability Connections
On campus, the Center for Community-Based Learning and Action has extensive ties with local non-profit and public agencies dedicated to addressing social, environmental, and economic disparities.
Evergreen's Office of Sustainability is working with multiple local partners to explore and assess the feasibility of producing biogas from food and animal wastes. See our project page HERE...
The Thurston Climate Action Team is a local non-profit dedicated to fostering collaborative partnerships to lead county-wide change to address climate change.
Sustainable South Sound supports the development of local agriculture and local economy.
Transition Olympia "connects and strengthens our network of individuals and groups that focus on building local resilience. We support self-reliance and an abundant, vital community that can adapt to changes in food, energy, economic, and social systems."
The Northwest EcoBuilding Guild is a consortium of local contractors and builders dedicated to sustainable building technologies and practices.
The South Sound Green Pages are published by the South Puget Environmental Education Clearinghouse (SPEECH). The Green Pages highlight local events and regional environmental education.