OKC Cohousing Introductory Meeting - Sat. May 17 @ 1pm, Istvan Gallery
Lecture @ OU Friday to address climate change threat to Indigenous peoples’ cultures and governanceDGES Colloquium - Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change and the Problem of Disorientation
City of Stillwater has a goat squad that takes on tall grass, weeds, & underbrush!Stillwater deploys goat squad to clean ditches
The city of Stillwater is using the squad of 23 goats — and their 69 stomachs — for some spring cleaning. The city says the goats are eating up tall grass and weeds in drainage ditches and other areas that need sprucing up.
opening for OSU/OKC Farmers Market ManagerFarmers Market Manager/ Agriculture Outreach Specialist
Tulsa, state brewers worry proposed FDA rule could hurt businesses, farmers, environmentwww.tulsaworld.com
Beer brewers in Oklahoma — and across the country — are concerned that a new food safety rule proposed by the federal government could derail decades-old partnerships with local farmers and hurt the environment.
The University of Oklahoma
is hiring a sustainability officerBoren implements new position to increase environmental sustainability
OU President David Boren announced Thursday the university will post a staff position for a new environmental sustainability officer to coordinate with student groups and further green initiatives.
solar microgrid testing facility helps researchers and firefighters understand potential challengesWhat’s the Dark Side of Microgrids? - CleanTechies
Researchers have worked together for two years to design and implement an advanced microgrid testing facility at the village that aims to uncover solutions to common microgrid solar challenges.
Would you buy a 'victory bond' to accelerate clean energy investment?Bill would establish ‘victory bonds’ for clean energy investment
Two California Democrats introduced a bill that would provide a bond program that would sell bonds to pay for clean energy tax incentives.
City of Moore considering building codes that would become some of the most stringent in Nation on wind protectionIn tornado-prone Oklahoma, some better prepared than others
While many building codes require structures be able to withstand a 90-mile-per-hour wind for 30 seconds, Moore's new standards, approved by the town council this year, mandate that homes withstand a 135 mph wind
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