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e3 Accomplishments at SDSU–San Diego State– at Stunning and Inspiring

THE e3 ACCOMPOLISHMENTS AT SDSU–SAN DIEGO STATE–ARE STUNNING AND INSPIRING


I was sitting with near my a bench yesterday at SDSU talking to traveler Colin Leeth. Dean Chase, the undergraduate chancellor of students, walked by. I remembered him from his great help when we did the Cultivating Food Justice Event at SDSU in 2010, and again from the GreenFest of 2011. I was sitting by the SDSU Herb Garden. “Welcome back to campus!” he said, Then he called me by my first name. That felt endearing, and indeed I was very happy to be back on campus.

San Diego State University: I recommend this school as a place of higher learning, and increasing a place for great sports teams. I went to the Fresno State Football game and watched San Diego State play in the bowl game. The two games were among the most exciting any sports fan could imagine, and SDSU sports have the facilities that deserve championship teams. They have paid the price to have state of the art facilities, and in the area of sustainability–they are among the finest Sustainability Schools for the buck I would choose today if I wanted to go to school.

e3’s ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT SUSTAINABILITY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

FALL 2010 YOUTUBE ON THE e3’s


e3’s at San Diego State are responsible for setting the tone for some of the Major Accomplishments. It was at San Diego State that I met made my first Plant Your Dream Sponsor, Anthony Russo of EarthSmart llc and BioSmart Packaging. I met Anthony at the Farmers’ Market 2009. He was showing off his EarthSmart Compostable Serviceware made from Sugar Cane Bagasse.

HERE IS A PHOTO I TOOK OF ANTHONY RUSSO

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2012



Undergrad Chancellor Chase said Hello in saying…he remembered my name.

MY BRIEF HISTORY OF WATCHING THE e3’s AT SAN DIEGO STATE

SEED DREAMS I AM PLANTING

SEED DREAMS FOR THE e3’s AT SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY

Find a way to Encourage the Olive Oil Organic Cafe to feature Frances’s Gluten Free Pastries…

Frances is one of the family members who run the Olive Oil Organic Cafe. This is one of the most popular booths at SDSU Farmers’ Market. Hillcrest Farmers’ Market features the gluten free offering made by Frances. These costs more….I would like to see SDSU Farmers’ Market find a way to feature these, for the educational value.

SPONSORS FOR THE e3’s I SEE AND SEED

SANTA CRUZ ORGANICS

The foods at the e3’s meeting included Santa Cruz Organics and some cheese slices from Applegate. These are two of companies I admire that are longtime Organic Trade Association Sponsors.

PRINCIPLES I WOULD LIKE TO TEACH THE e3’s

SIEMPRE MEJOR–ALWAYS BETTER




This was a principle I learned from Professor Edmond Bordeuux Szekely, the co-founder of Rancho La Puerta, and behind the scenes, as I know him, one of the lead 20th Century Essene Renaissance Prophets. The Essenes are recorded as a group recorded in history who lived as communitarians. According to my understandings, the were the e3’s of their time within their culture. Their main industries were the pursuit of knowledge and healing. They were master healers. They knew many of the practices we know today as the Natural Healing Arts. Being healers in their day was how they made their living. “Always Better”–Siempr Mejor in Spanish–is a principle he taught. There are many companies that can be inspired to do better if we encourage them. The US economy is being falsely uplifted on a false economic foundation of pharmaceutical drugs, pesticides, and GMO foods, and Big Ag that now proliferate and influence our food chain. This has created a Food Emergency. We can outgrow this by learning and applying true sustainable principles that can only grow from the ground up. I would like the e3’s to demonstrate these on campus. They are on track now to do so.

OTHER PLANT YOUR DREAM BLOGS IN THIS SERIES


ECO YOUTH LEADERS ARE PART OF THE NEW SUSTAINABLE DORM PROJECT
February 2, 2012
http://plantyourdream.net/?p=8749

THE e3 ACCOMPOLISHMENTS AT SDSU–SAN DIEGO STATE–ARE STUNNING AND INSPIRING
http://plantyourdream.net/?p=8963

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