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Ventura County Star: “New Series presents concepts on environmental sustainability”

By Martha Maciel “Sustainable Ventura,” a new television series that premiered this month, is presenting different concepts of environmental sustainability in the city of Ventura. The Crowne Plaza and AWS Automotive were featured on the first episode of the series.

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Ventura County Star: “New Series presents concepts on environmental sustainability”

By Martha Maciel “Sustainable Ventura,” a new television series that premiered this month, is presenting different concepts of environmental sustainability in the city of Ventura. The Crowne Plaza and AWS Automotive were featured on the first episode of the series.

Ventura students study watersheds in afterschool program

Article by Anne Kallas Students from Sheridan Way School who participate in Program Enrichmnent for Afterschool Kids were at the intersection of funa nd learning recently as they paddled around the Harbor Cove area of Ventura during the third of

Ventura students study watersheds in afterschool program

Article by Anne Kallas Students from Sheridan Way School who participate in Program Enrichmnent for Afterschool Kids were at the intersection of funa nd learning recently as they paddled around the Harbor Cove area of Ventura during the third of

Sustainable Ventura — NEW TV Series

TUNE INTO “Sustainable Ventura” a NEW half hour TV series premiering on  CAPS-TV’s’ VTV Channel 15  Thursday, June 9 at 8:30pm For more broadcast times, Visit:  http://www.capstv.org You can also VIEW the show RIGHT HERE on our BLOG! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wQb4t8qmOI] FEATURED

Sustainable Ventura — NEW TV Series

TUNE INTO “Sustainable Ventura” a NEW half hour TV series premiering on  CAPS-TV’s’ VTV Channel 15  Thursday, June 9 at 8:30pm For more broadcast times, Visit:  http://www.capstv.org You can also VIEW the show RIGHT HERE on our BLOG! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wQb4t8qmOI] FEATURED

Ventura County Star: Ventura Schools Get Their Green On!

CLICK THE LINK BELOW AT THE VENTURA COUNTY STAR http://www.vcstar.com/news/2011/apr/20/ventura-schools-get-their-green-on-with-free-educa/ To read how Ventura Schools, Business and Organizations Get Their Green On with FREE Educational Programs Offered by Ventura’s Public Works Environmental Sustainability Division

Ventura County Star: Ventura Schools Get Their Green On!

CLICK THE LINK BELOW AT THE VENTURA COUNTY STAR http://www.vcstar.com/news/2011/apr/20/ventura-schools-get-their-green-on-with-free-educa/ To read how Ventura Schools, Business and Organizations Get Their Green On with FREE Educational Programs Offered by Ventura’s Public Works Environmental Sustainability Division

REGISTRATION STARTING April 11, 2011 for FREE Environmental Educational Outreach Programs!

REGISTER EARLY! The 2011-12 Environmental Educational Outreach brochures will be sent out by e-mail in early April and registration for schools in the City of Ventura will begin on April 11, 2011. Schools outside of the City of Ventura may

REGISTRATION STARTING April 11, 2011 for FREE Environmental Educational Outreach Programs!

REGISTER EARLY! The 2011-12 Environmental Educational Outreach brochures will be sent out by e-mail in early April and registration for schools in the City of Ventura will begin on April 11, 2011. Schools outside of the City of Ventura may

Ventura Schools Get Their GREEN on!

FREE Environmental Educational Programs Offered by Ventura’s Public Works Environmental Sustainability DivisionTeach Children About Their Environment “Students who become ‘environmentally engaged’ at a young age have positive behaviors and attitudes engrained throughout their lives.” Mary Haffner – Ventura Unified School

Ventura Schools Get Their GREEN on!

FREE Environmental Educational Programs Offered by Ventura’s Public Works Environmental Sustainability DivisionTeach Children About Their Environment “Students who become ‘environmentally engaged’ at a young age have positive behaviors and attitudes engrained throughout their lives.” Mary Haffner – Ventura Unified School