Fri, 28 September 2012
CAPS-TV presented Ray Olson, Manager, City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division with a 2012 Cappie Award, at the recent awards ceremony for TV movie, “The Treasure of San Buenaventura.” Ray produced the project which takes viewers back to the old west in 1880′s Ventura. The project touches upon important environmental issues and programs encouraging the citizens of the time to start recycling, water conservation and stormwater protection programs paving the way for a more sustainable future. In this podcast, Sustainable Ventura host, Maryann Ridini Spencer, talks to Ray about the project.
To find out more, Visit: sustainableventura.wordpress.com and "search" "Treasure of San Buenaventura."
Tue, 18 September 2012
If you are a school located within the City of Ventura, Ca, get your submission in for a GREEN SCHOOL AWARD before October 8, 2012. In this podcast, Environmental Specialist Christine Wied talks to "Sustainable Ventura" about the Green School Award and how to apply.
GREEN SCHOOL AWARD APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED
Does your school have a great recycling program?
Does your school strive for zero-waste lunches?
Does your school try to conserve water and energy?
Does your school have a compost or worm bin to support a garden project?
Then we encourage your school to apply for the 2012 GREEN SCHOOL AWARD! This award sponsored by the City of Ventura Environmental Sustainability Division in partnership with Agromin Premium Soil Products recognizes schools that show exemplary efforts in caring for our environment.
Applications are due by Monday, October 8, 2012. For more information, contact Christine Wied at (805) 652-4584 or email@example.com. READ MORE & GET THE APPLICATION, CLICK HERE.