Greg Iron (Piaute/Lakota), student and teacher, trained 5 years at D-Q University in the Indigenous Permaculture program. Over the 5-year course, Greg Iron has given lectures and taught students from all different walks of life about Indigenous Permaculture and its practices. In addition to being an indigious permaculturist Greg Iron is a artist and graphic designer by trade. He uses design theory and indigenous permaculture philosphies to create growing spaces. "Life should take a natural path, be wary of anything that comes in rows."
Irv & Shellys Fresh Picks offers year-round home delivery in the Chicago area of local and organic produce, meat, dairy, eggs, baked goods and more. We are partnering with sustainable farmers to grow the supply of local food in a way that protects our health and the environment.
Jeff Irvine is a NYSERDA Energy $mart Communities Coordinator for Solar One, a non-profit green energy, arts and education center based in New York City. Among other programming, Solar One conducts outreach for NYSERDA in Manhattan and Staten Island. As a coordinator of this effort, Jeff educates New Yorkers about NYSERDA's residential and commercial incentive programs and provides general advice on going green and saving energy. Jeff also helps to organize Clean Energy Connections, a live and online discussion series created by Solar One and NYC ACRE at NYU-Poly where New York City’s cleantech community can meet, collaborate and grow. Previously, Jeff worked as an associate producer and field producer on numerous documentary programs for PBS. His work includes NOVA's Fabric of the Cosmos, PBS's special series America Revealed, and FRONTLINE's Rules of Engagement, which was nominated for an Emmy for outstanding investigative journalism.
Evin Isaacson is a board member of Jews United for Justice (JUFJ), an organization that partners with the Jewish Community to pursue social and economic justice in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Through JUFJ, she chaired the organization's successful Eviction Prevention advocacy campaign and cochaired a campaign to pass mixedincome housing legislation through the District of Columbia City Council. She has worked in the Housing and Legislative departments of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a Washingtonbased fiscal think tank. Currently, she works as Research Analyst for the Long Term Care Division of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), helping state and county governments develop sustainable Medicaid homecare programs.
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1/8 people around the globe dont have safe drinking water. Together we can change that. On average, it cost $20/person to construct a well in Africa. For each Isabella Water bottle sold, $10.00 funds a well-building project. So why not buy two? Youll help save one life. Give well. www.isabellawater.org
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IsaBooties are the go-to soft-soled baby shoes for parents looking for a hip, U.S.-made, eco-friendly alternative in baby shoes. What makes IsaBooties unique? All IsaBooties: - are 100% animal-free; - are formaldehyde-free; - are made in the Denver, Colorado; - use non-toxic dyes; - use fabrics that meet CPSIA standards; - come in packaging that is recycled/recyclable and printed with soy ink; and - are 100% machine-washable/machine-dryable offering a clean, healthy choice in baby footwear. IsaBooties...small steps towards a better Earth!
Ishisaka has 13 years of experience in journalism and publishing. She is currently the interim communications director for OneAmerica (formerly Hate Free Zone). Until October 2008, Ishisaka served for the previous eight years as the editorinchief of ColorsNW, a monthly magazine focusing on communities of color in the Northwest.
As editor, she managed all aspects of the editorial direction and execution of the magazine and served as part of the leadership team managing the operations of the company. Launched in 2001, ColorsNW won more than 50 awards in the Society of Professional Journalists Western Washington Competition, and Ishisaka won five first place awards for editorial writing, feature writing and commentary.
Ishisaka is a Seattle native and worked at several Puget Sound newspapers, including The Seattle Times, Seattle PostIntelligencer, The News Tribune and the Bremerton Sun. She is a current Institute for Justice and Journalism Fellow studying immigration and border issues and was a Spring 2005 fellow of the German Marshall Fund and traveled throughout Europe. In 2005 and 2006, Ishisaka traveled to the Gulf Coast states to cover the affects of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita on communities of color.
Ishisakas journalism education includes editing training at the Dow Jones Copy Editing Program, the Knight Center for Specialized Journalisms Immigration program and the Minority Editorial Writers Seminar. A graduate of the Asian American Journalist Associations Executive Leadership Program, she is a frequent speaker at media workshops and community events.
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Jamelah Isaac was born and raised in Oakland. She has been a member of West Oakland Youth Standing Empowered (WYSE) for 3 years. During that time Jamelah worked on several important projects. One of which is the Healthy Neighborhood Store Alliance, a WYSE team project that delivers fresh fruits and vegetables to corner stores in West Oakland. She recently graduated from McClymonds High School and with the help of Mandela Marketplace (the parent organization of WYSE) and Ashoka Youth Ventures, she traveled to Serbia this summer to participate in a youth leadership project. She returned in August with a stronger sense of purpose, leadership, and responsibility. She is looking forward to carrying that spirit and energy into the spring semester of 2011, as she begins her college career at San Francisco Community College.
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Grace CABP Itter has been blessed with two dream careers; as an international flight attendant and now the 6th/7th/8th Social Studies and 7th Writing teacher at Edison Park Elementary. Her many roles include Teacher’s Advisory Board for the Chicago History Museum, Coordinator of Edison Park’s involvement as a Burnham Demonstration School, as well as Creator of Green Wolves (the after school ecological program) which is in partnership with Chicago Conservation Core (C3) as well as Green Paws, Edison Park’s garden after school program. In 2011 her Green Wolves, lead the school in winning the Green Clean-Out, sponsored by CPS. She is working closely with The Terra Foundation and the Art Institute of Chicago to bring American Art into the Classroom and she is affiliated with Lawyers in the Classroom teaching today’s law to 7th grade.
Stylish, Sustainable, Socially Minded! iTySE was born out of the desire to "do good" for our enviornment while "looking good" doing it! We use stylish, re-claimed fabric for our carrying cases and incredibly durable materials for our bags. Reusable is nice, Sustainable is better! iTySE is assembled at Oregon Corrections Enterprises. Quality workmanship by inmates giving back to society, thru skilled labor, while repaying victims restitution, judicial court costs child support, room & board and taxes. iTySE...Saving the Planet with Style!
Lisa Kivirist and John Ivanko are coauthors of ECOpreneuring, Rural Renaissance, Edible Earth, and numerous other books, national speakers, and innkeepers of the awardwinning Inn Serendipity® Bed ; Breakfast, powered by renewable energy and featured in USA Today, MSNBC and numerous other media. This husband and wife duo manage a diversity of ecopreneurial endeavors including a marketing consulting business from their small organic farm.
They regularly contribute to projects for the nonprofit organization, Renewing the Countryside, providing success stories and practical resources for rural entrepreneurs. Kivirist is a W.K. Kellogg Food and Society Policy Fellow and Ivanko is the coauthor and photographer for numerous children's books, including the awardwinning To Be a Kid and Be My Neighbor. They share their farm in Browntown, Wisconsin with their son and a thriving colony of honey bees. Visit their website at www.ecopreneuring.biz, www.innserendipity.com and
Dr. Andrew Iverson obtained degrees in biopsychology at the University of Washington, in medical botany from Dr. Christopher’s School of Natural Healing, and a doctorate from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine. He is the medical director of Trilium Health in Tacoma, Wash.
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