His Free Seminar called: History of the Ladybug! Feb. 10 at 1PM at 880 Walnut Ave. Mare Island, CA His PowerPoint presentation with never before seen color slides and narrative story telling style has more recently packed the seats, Attendee submitted surveys have all came back positive many have said they would pay to hear the speaker talk about Ladybugs! The attendee receives free gifts for completing a short one page survey. This year includes and new T-shirt just for the seminar and a Calendar with color photos ladybugs for each month page.
Los Angeles, CA, 2016-Nov-15 — /EPR Network/ — The approach of Black Friday means it’s time for another tradition launching the holiday shopping season – one that is key to the success of a unique group of retail businesses each year. The most watched, and now read, feature from Oprah Winfrey since the early 1990’s, “Oprah’s Favorite Things,” aka “The O-List,” is notable this year for its inclusion of a 10-month old start-up, Urban Agriculture, amongst curated gift suggestions to be included with discounts for the December issue of “O, The Oprah Magazine.”
Tiburon, CA, 2016-Sep-03 — /EPR Network/ — Lori Grace, founder of the Bay area organization, Save Our Bay, Save Our Ocean, a division of Sunrise Center, is now funding Tom Goreau of the Global Coral Reef Alliance to work with the Romberg Environmental Research Center in Tiburon in a Biorock project that, if successful, will assist the SF Bay Area in supporting salt marsh, oyster and eel grass growth . It will also help reduce sea level rise at the same time.
St. Louis, MN, December 11, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — On December 9, 2015 and after overwhelming enthusiasm and support from a rigorous application and vetting process, the Metropolitan Council approved funding for PLACE’s St. Louis Park Community. The Council approved 2 million dollars in funding from its Livable Communities Account for a Transit-Oriented Development (LCA-TOD) grant after the proposed project demonstrated a breakthrough approach to meeting housing and economic development needs in the Twin Cities. The funds will be used to help secure site acquisition at the former McGarvey Coffee property, pioneer alternative energy sources, and integrate stormwater improvement with infrastructure like green roofs and an urban forest.
WASHINGTON, IA, November 25, 2014 — /EPR NETWORK/ — 783 million people live each day without clean water and 3.4 million die annually from a lack of pure water. To combat these staggering statistics, Washington-based nonprofit, Hays PureWater, launched a crowd-funding campaign. The money raised will fund 30 Khlor Glen technology units to purify water for 150,000 individuals. The organization hopes to raise $10,000 by December 1st.
Released on: July 29, 2014, 7:40 am (EDT)
Author: Claudia Kabui
LONDON, July 29, 2014 — /EPR NETWORK/ — The rising numbers of visitors who travel to Kenya are one way or the other enticed to make a tour around #Nairobi or the surroundings. With #Cruzeiro Safaris Online stores one can book easily the #tours they would want on a particular day: use faster emails: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or Claudia@cruzeiro-safaris.com or SKYPE ID: Claudia.kabui
Released on: February 14, 2014, 2:05 pm (EST)
Author: Claudia Kabui/ Cruzeiro Safaris
Released on: February 06, 2014, 1:53 pm
Author: CA4Health- Ruben F. Diaz
Industry: Non Profit
Campaign from CA4Health and aired by the California Broadcasters Association focuses on state’s rural areas, hoping to inspire healthy changes in communities across the state
California, US, February 06, 2014 — /EPR NETWORK/ — How can Californians live healthier when their communities make it difficult to make healthier choices in their daily lives? According to a new radio campaign from CA4Health and aired by the California Broadcasters Association, the solution is to work together at the local level to make changes that will make it easier for people to make healthier choices when it comes to their diet, physical activity, where they live, and how they manage their health.
Released on: February 06, 2014, 12:20 pm
February 06, 2014 — /EPR NETWORK/ — On February 5, 2014 in Maryland, the Democratic Candidate for Attorney General, Jon Cardin, defended his proposed legislation to ban the sale of cigarettes with non-biodegradable filters. On the other side of the country, California Assemblyman, Mark Stone, recently presented a similar proposal to ban the sale of filtered cigarettes altogether. What will the tobacco industry do to address these pending legislative mandates? Are biodegradable filters a feasible alternative to implement as early as January 2015?