Category Archives: Reduce

Reusable Bags For Sale!

Weekend Swap Meet at Ventura College Bans Plastic Bags

Fresh, local produce and great deals on items from clothing to furniture and garden plants, are just some of the wares being sold at Ventura College Foundation’s Weekend Marketplace, which is free and open to the public and held on

Reusable Bags For Sale!

Weekend Swap Meet at Ventura College Bans Plastic Bags

Fresh, local produce and great deals on items from clothing to furniture and garden plants, are just some of the wares being sold at Ventura College Foundation’s Weekend Marketplace, which is free and open to the public and held on

Greenschool

Tips To Keep It GREEN Back to School

It’s well a known fact that educating children at a young age about the environment helps form positive patterns that stick with them for life. Here are some back to school tips that can make a difference! ONE:  Eat Smart,

Greenschool

Tips To Keep It GREEN Back to School

It’s well a known fact that educating children at a young age about the environment helps form positive patterns that stick with them for life. Here are some back to school tips that can make a difference! ONE:  Eat Smart,

solar

Use the Sun’s Rays to Power Your Home: Solarize Ventura’s Affordable Residential Solar Program

Every hour the sun’s rays provide enough energy to power the planet for one year. Harnessing that solar energy through the installation of solar panels is now a viable way to power your home or business, and it’s also good

solar

Use the Sun’s Rays to Power Your Home: Solarize Ventura’s Affordable Residential Solar Program

Every hour the sun’s rays provide enough energy to power the planet for one year. Harnessing that solar energy through the installation of solar panels is now a viable way to power your home or business, and it’s also good

FoodWastesm

Buy It, Eat It, Don’t Waste It: Ventura ‘s Food Waste Prevention Challenge

With 40% of the food produced in the U.S. going uneaten, tossed or left to rot, that translates into approximately $165 billion of food wasted each year! If you looked into your fridge right now, would you find soggy fruits

FoodWastesm

Buy It, Eat It, Don’t Waste It: Ventura ‘s Food Waste Prevention Challenge

With 40% of the food produced in the U.S. going uneaten, tossed or left to rot, that translates into approximately $165 billion of food wasted each year! If you looked into your fridge right now, would you find soggy fruits

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Power Your Home with the Sun & Solarize Ventura! Watch Sustainable Ventura News

There’s never a better time to go solar than with Solarize Ventura.  Watch Sustainable Ventura News below! [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBCJycpVL3g] Also visit:  SolarizeVentura.org and CityofVentura.net/es

Solarize1

Power Your Home with the Sun & Solarize Ventura! Watch Sustainable Ventura News

There’s never a better time to go solar than with Solarize Ventura.  Watch Sustainable Ventura News below! [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBCJycpVL3g] Also visit:  SolarizeVentura.org and CityofVentura.net/es

Environmental Activist Rob Greenfield Event Friday, April 24 at Ventura’s Bell Arts Factory, 6-9pm

Environmental Adventurer and Activist, Rob Greenfield, will be presenting a documentary screening of one of his films, and talking about how to prevent food waste (and other green topics), on Friday, April 24 from 6-9pm at Ventura’s Bell Arts Factory,

Environmental Activist Rob Greenfield Event Friday, April 24 at Ventura’s Bell Arts Factory, 6-9pm

Environmental Adventurer and Activist, Rob Greenfield, will be presenting a documentary screening of one of his films, and talking about how to prevent food waste (and other green topics), on Friday, April 24 from 6-9pm at Ventura’s Bell Arts Factory,

food

Just Eat It. A Food Waste Story airs on Earth Day, April 22, MSNBC at 10pm ET

American’s purchase and throw out approximately $165-170 billion in food annually  — wasting valuable food and money!  Check out this cool film “Just Eat It” that will air on MSNBC on Earth Day, April 22, 2015 at 10:00pm ET.  Find out

food

Just Eat It. A Food Waste Story airs on Earth Day, April 22, MSNBC at 10pm ET

American’s purchase and throw out approximately $165-170 billion in food annually  — wasting valuable food and money!  Check out this cool film “Just Eat It” that will air on MSNBC on Earth Day, April 22, 2015 at 10:00pm ET.  Find out

FoodWastesm

SIGN UP for the City of Ventura’s Food Waste Prevention Challenge

You’re Invited to take the City of Ventura’s FOOD WASTE PREVENTION CHALLENGE, May 18 – July 12, 2015 In this Sustainable Ventura News PODCAST, City of Ventura Environmental Specialists Courtney Lindberg and Tobie Mitchell talk to show host, Maryann Ridini

FoodWastesm

SIGN UP for the City of Ventura’s Food Waste Prevention Challenge

You’re Invited to take the City of Ventura’s FOOD WASTE PREVENTION CHALLENGE, May 18 – July 12, 2015 In this Sustainable Ventura News PODCAST, City of Ventura Environmental Specialists Courtney Lindberg and Tobie Mitchell talk to show host, Maryann Ridini

Big Bellies on Ventura Avenue

Got Trash? Ventura’s Westside Welcomes New Urban Trash Recyclers and Big Bellies

This past February, the City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division installed 12 new Urban Recycler trash and recycling containers  and two Big Belly trash and recycling containers on Ventura’s Westside. “The Westside community reached out to us requesting trash and

Big Bellies on Ventura Avenue

Got Trash? Ventura’s Westside Welcomes New Urban Trash Recyclers and Big Bellies

This past February, the City of Ventura’s Environmental Sustainability Division installed 12 new Urban Recycler trash and recycling containers  and two Big Belly trash and recycling containers on Ventura’s Westside. “The Westside community reached out to us requesting trash and