Saturday, July 27, 2013

Referral Corner

 -- Referral Corner -- 

Well, it is time for another batch of recommended resources that we hope you'll take the time to check out. 


Feel Good: A youth movement committed to ending world hunger in our lifetime.The organization offers a sense of community, hunger education, a diverse network of youth and young professionals, fundraising events and more.
Info: http://www.feelgood.org


BC Sustainable Energy Association: A network of citizens, businesses and governments working to put innovative sustainable energy solutions into practice - from safe distribution to solar power systems, home and condo retrofit programs, education programs for youth and more.
Info: http://www.bcsea.org


The Wilderness Land Trust: A small, highly specialized non-profit organization established to buy and protect wilderness land. Since it was founded in 1992, the non-profit organization has preserved more than 344 parcels comprising of more than 31,000 acres of wilderness in 76 designated and proposed wilderness areas.  The Wilderness Land Trust is a 1% for the Planet Non-Profit Partner.  Visit www.onepercentfortheplanet.org for more information 
Info: www.wildernesslandtrust.org




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    1. Thank you for the kind comment - I'm so glad that you like the look of our blog and that you are impressed by the content. I work hard at making this blog happen and it is really heartwarming to read comments like yours. To answer your question - I've been blogging a long time! My earliest experience in blogging was back in the hay-day of MySpace in 2005 - when their members were offered a blog along with their MySpace page. I switched over to BlogSpot in 2008, when I decided to take blogging seriously. Since then it has evolved into what you see today. I am always learning something new and try to incorporate what I learn, but more importantly the blog offers me a chance to make a difference, have an impact and network. :)

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