Monthly Archives: November 2009

The Fun Theory

Posted on by Molly de Aguiar

Molly de Aguiar, Program Associate Think recycling is dull? A chore? It doesn’t have to be. Watch this little video about the Bottle Bank Arcade. I dare you not to smile while you’re watching it. See? You smiled. And did … Continue reading

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The Sustainability Jackpot

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Michelle Knapik, Environment Program Director Atlantic City was the site for last week’s New Jersey League of Municipalities annual conference and the inaugural Sustainable Jersey™ awards lunch, but it was through no stroke of luck that 34 towns achieved the … Continue reading

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Art and Sustained Learning: A Visual Journey

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Elaine Rastocky, Program Associate with Barbara Fehrs and Laura Cuevas, Dodge Artist/Educator Fellows Visual learning is the nature of art education, so for members of the Foundation’s Visual Artist/Educator Initiative, group activities such as the recent trip to Connecticut, Boston … Continue reading

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Poetry Fridays: Ko Un (with Richard Silberg)

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Martin Farawell, Program Director, Poetry Korea’s most prolific and revered living poet, Ko Un has led a life as impressive as his literary output: over 120 titles as a poet, essayist, novelist, editor, and literary critic. Born during the Japanese … Continue reading

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Do You KYF?

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Michelle Knapik, Environment Program Director I’m not sure I’d pose this question quite this way in too many settings, but I’m at a gathering of funders who are working at the intersections of sustainable agriculture, food systems, smart growth and sustainable … Continue reading

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