Hi Everyone!!!

This sounds pretty good as an activity that EWB can support and  
attend...Maybe they can help us to have speakers about environmental  
issues....or gives us ideas about planning projects...

What everybody thinks?

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     Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 16:18:55 -0500
     From: Galen Justus Wilkerson <[log in to unmask]>
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  Subject: Footprint - personal sustainability, Feb 20, Aiken 105, 5pm
       To: [log in to unmask]

Please join us this coming Tuesday, February 20th, at
5PM in Aiken Rm 105

For our next Footprint meeting we will discuss the
role that people connecting to place can play in
fostering sustainability and conservation-minded
values and actions.  Informal personal stories and
formal education practices that build place-based
relationships between people and the land are welcome.

Our discussion will be lead by Chris Nytch, Masters
student in the Rubenstein School's Ecological Planning
Program.  Chris's project work focuses on integrated
landscape analysis and place-based community education
in Putney, VT.

Food fight? Enjoy some healthy debate
in the Yahoo! Answers Food & Drink Q&A.

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Gabriela Garay
CS Graduate Student Senator
CSSA Secretary
SWE Membership Chair