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Sustainability Snapshot: Alice de Bloois

Our October Sustainability Snapshot is Alice de Bloois.  Alice and her family have lived in Evergreen for over 20 years where she has been an active volunteer for EChO food bank, National Charity League as well as PTA when her kids were younger. We are so pleased that she choose to join ESA's board of directors as her next volunteer adventure! [MORE...]

By |2022-03-03T14:26:01-07:00September 29th, 2021|Sustainability Snapshots|0 Comments

Sustainability Snapshot: Shannon Ruth

Meet April's Sustainability Snapshot ESA Action council member Shannon Ruth.  Shannon moved overseas in 2004 with her husband and family.  France was where she started on her journey of living more sustainably and then, after moving to Evergreen in 2018, she found that she had more time and energy to put into making even more sustainable lifestyle choices.  Read more [MORE...]

By |2021-03-27T10:43:03-06:00March 22nd, 2021|Sustainability Snapshots|0 Comments

Sustainability Snapshot: Nancy Hiester

Meet March's Sustainability Snapshot ESA Action council member Nancy Hiester.  Nancy grew up in NJ but has been in Colorado for more than 40 years.  Nancy has a consulting practice named 'Paintbrush Consulting' and has two kids.  She has been protecting the earth since she was young and continues her sustainability practices today.  Read about her sustainability practices below. What [MORE...]

By |2021-02-26T19:24:16-07:00February 26th, 2021|Sustainability Snapshots|0 Comments

Sustainability Snapshot: Anne Paterson

Meet this month’s “Sustainability Snapshot,” Anne Paterson, and learn more about her efforts to live sustainably. Anne moved from Washington, D.C. to Denver, CO in 2013. She then made the move up the hill to Evergreen with her family in 2015. Anne works for a non-profit river conservation organization called American Rivers. https://www.americanrivers.org/. What inspired you to adopt more [MORE...]

By |2021-01-31T21:05:01-07:00January 27th, 2021|Sustainability Snapshots|0 Comments

All the Things & Lessons From the Garden

Since my kids started school again in a tenuous, uncertain year, I find myself getting sucked into the vortex again. You know the one: the busy vortex, the “more more more” and “do do do” and “must have” vortex that cultural norms in our Westernized developed capitalist country beckon us to follow. Er, maybe I should be easier on [MORE...]

By |2020-12-18T10:25:44-07:00September 30th, 2020|Sustainable Agriculture & Gardening, Mindfulness & Minimalism|0 Comments
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