The 90+ people who donated to Learning Their Place last fall were the first crucial sponsors who got this project up and running. Because of them, we were able to complete two recording missions (Seattle, Bay area), make prototype episodes, start applying for grants, develop a sponsorship plan and create the First Official Episodes. Now, a few weeks before those episodes are released, we're delighted to introduce you to the first three businesses/organizational sponsors of Learning Their Place. In the order in which they signed on, they are:
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Produced in Whitefish, Montana, Hurraw! is a lip balm made from "honest, fair trade, organic, vegan and raw ingredients from reputable suppliers."
It's really good stuff! And I'm not just saying that because they're sponsoring the podcast -- I fell in love with the balm and then asked them to sponsor, not the other way around.
I really do love their lip balm. And now I really do love them as a company, too. Go get yourself some all natural, vegan Hurraw! lip balm, folks! (Reading this from Jordan? Finland? Australia? No problem -- they ship all over the world.)
Hurrah for Hurraw!
The Minneapolis College of Art & Design offers a unique online Master of Arts degree in sustainable design. Students from all over the globe work in small classes with leading design professionals, learning how to innovate for a sustainable future.
If you're not ready to sign up for the MA yet, you can get your toes wet with a free online course called Biomimicry: A Sustainable Design Methodology. It runs March 23 - April 20, is open to all and is completely free.
Huge thanks to MCAD's Sustainable Design Program!
Ecology Project International has changed many young lives through their programs, which combine travel, field science, conservation and cultural exchange. Whether they're saving sea turtles in Costa Rica, learning ecological science in the Galapagos, or watching wolves in Yellowstone, EPI students fall in love with the outdoors and become better global citizens.
Muchisimas gracias, Ecology Project International!