In honor of the summer solstice on June 21, Sustain Dane is celebrating rays of sustainability sunshine—people who are transforming Dane County into a healthy, thriving place for everyone. Today we’re featuring Amy Kesling, Sustain Dane’s Director of Operations.
Sustainable Business Intern Lorenza shares information on fenceline zones in Wisconsin, and thoughts on the broader issue of environmental injustice in Dane County.
Last Wednesday, community members biked to different locations across Madison to hear about a variety of sustainability success stories and learn how they can get involved with some of these awesome initiatives.
Sustainable Business Intern Lorenza shares some of her favorite outdoor summer activities that also support local sustainability-minded businesses.
Intern Lorenza shares what she’s learned about the food system as a whole, and her thoughts on choosing food consciously in Madison.
Social Media/Communications Intern Amanda explores the relationship between nonprofit networks and nonprofit productivity.
Our business intern Leo Cox unravels his definition of “sustainability” in an attempt to make it simple and non-partisan.
A word to describe someone who is sexy and cares about their surroundings—the best kind of double trouble you want to be.
When I started at Sustain Dane last fall, I thought that working for a sustainability non-profit would be thinking about how to get people to reuse plastic bags and to recycle cardboard; I thought that sustainability was limited to a small consumer footprint and a respect for the environment. This turned out to be hardly the tip of the iceberg.
Intern Ida answers the question of “How do we get to sustainability?” with some questions of her own.
Intern Ida shares the second installation in a 3-part series about writing a new sustainability story.
Sustainable Business Network Member, Lisa Gundlach shares Second Harvest Foodbank’s strategy towards becoming more sustainable.
Intern Ida shares her thoughts on redefining sustainability beyond the traditional environmental mindset.
Intern Ida shares some details about the work she’s been doing on the Madison State of Sustainability.
Opening remarks speech given by Executive Director Jessie Lerner at the 2015 Badger Bioneers Conference.
Sustain Dane intern, Allie shares her experience at the 2015 Badger Bioneers Conference
Sustainable Business Network Member, Beverly Hutcherson of UW Health shares her experience in the Edgewood College Sustainability Leadership Program.
Meet Shannon Bunsen, Eric Udelhofen and Jason Vargo, the 2015 Badger Bioneers!