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Groundwire's 2012 Holiday Survival Guide

Posted by tiffany at Dec 06, 2012 03:25 PM |

Groundwire's guide to surviving a holiday season full of hipsters, ugly sweaters and indifferent babies.

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Green Biz Challenge

Green Biz Challenge

Posted by sfreedman at Jan 27, 2012 02:15 PM |

The Eastside Green Business Challenge, organized by the Eastside Sustainable Business Alliance, is a friendly competition in the Puget Sound region

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My Trucker Boyfriend

My Trucker Boyfriend

Posted by sfreedman at Nov 19, 2011 02:35 PM |

My Trucker Boyfriend is a regular advice column in our newsletter. Catch up with MTBF here.

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FoodCorps: Getting Kids Healthy

FoodCorps: Getting Kids Healthy

Posted by sfreedman at Aug 25, 2011 10:55 AM |

Last week, we launched a website and database for FoodCorps, a new national service program on a mission to get kids off their over-processed, sugar-laden diets and into healthy food – an intervention that will hopefully extend into adulthood.

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Summer Days with Mountains to Sound Greenway

Summer Days with Mountains to Sound Greenway

Posted by sfreedman at Jun 11, 2011 08:10 AM |

We recently built a website and integrated database for the awesome Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust here in Washington state. This weekend, they’re kicking off 100 days of 100 things to do over 100 miles of gorgeous Washington soil and sound.

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We Bike it Up!

We Bike it Up!

Posted by sfreedman at May 24, 2011 11:05 AM |

May is Cascade Bicycling Club's Bike Month and more than half of our Seattle staff biked the heck out of it. Hear what our staff has to say about biking.

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The Hike Finder

The Hike Finder

Posted by sfreedman at May 23, 2011 01:35 PM |

Check out Washington Trails Association's Hike Finder to find your next great hike!

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We heart Salesforce

We heart Salesforce

Posted by sfreedman at May 11, 2011 11:20 AM |

Our friends at Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of the day they exported their FileMaker data into Salesforce.

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Be Emotional. It's Okay.

Be Emotional. It's Okay.

Posted by sfreedman at Feb 14, 2011 04:15 PM |

No matter what action we are trying to get people to take—be it to buy a car or a juicer or to call a legislator or attend a lobby day—we have to know our audience and carefully consider our messaging.

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My No Impact Week

My No Impact Week

Posted by sfreedman at Jan 14, 2011 12:45 PM |

I took the No Impact Week challenge.

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Like Literally, the World.

Like Literally, the World.

Posted by sfreedman at Dec 29, 2010 08:26 AM |

We are in the final days of our year-end fundraising campaign and your contribution would mean the world to us.

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Support Our Gorgeous Little Planet

Support Our Gorgeous Little Planet

Posted by sfreedman at Dec 14, 2010 04:20 PM |

Your one donation today helps hundreds of the country’s leading environmental groups use online technology to get more people educated, inspired and mobilized to save this gorgeous little planet of ours.

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2010 Holiday Gift Guide: For the hippies, hipsters and hillbillies you love

Posted by sfreedman at Dec 08, 2010 03:05 PM |

Groundwire's 2010 Gift Guide is here, featuring Groundwire clients and friends. You can feel good about giving every single gift on this list.

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Idaho Conservation League works the Engagement Pyramid

Idaho Conservation League works the Engagement Pyramid

Idaho has great mountains and, as it turns out, a great pyramid, too. Idaho Conservation League's staff have been busy using an engagement pyramid that we helped them develop earlier this year.

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For All the Maxes and Maxines of the World

For All the Maxes and Maxines of the World

Posted by nealm at Oct 20, 2010 02:30 PM |

“Tell me what company you keep and I’ll tell you what you are.” This quote from the author of Don Quixote, Miguel De Cervantes, raced through my thoughts as I stood before nearly 100 of Seattle’s most influential environmental and progressive leaders last Thursday.

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A Little Thing We Like To Call The Internet

A Little Thing We Like To Call The Internet

Posted by sfreedman at Oct 12, 2010 10:35 AM |

For 15 years, we’ve helped environmental groups use the internet to build relationships. In the mid 90s, we started by hooking groups up to a little thing we like to call the internet, and 15 years later, we're doing a whole lot more.

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Give Them a Planet to Use Smartly and Love Dearly

Give Them a Planet to Use Smartly and Love Dearly

Posted by sfreedman at Aug 12, 2010 07:00 AM |

The climate bill is dead. But that's not stopping our groups, friends, and partners from taking the earth into their own hands.

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I Drink Your Milkshake

I Drink Your Milkshake

Posted by sfreedman at Jul 20, 2010 01:00 PM |

We like to talk about engagement superpowers around here, those special powers that help you build relationships, make people prioritize your cause, and better engage them in your work. Oregon Environmental Council, notoriously good at flexing their superpowers, is at it again: Wonder Twin powers, activate! Form of: Eco-Healthy Homes Checkup Kit! Form of: Roasted Turkey and Cherry Chutney wrap!

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10 Fun Ways to Reconnect with Your Mother This Summer.

10 Fun Ways to Reconnect with Your Mother This Summer.

10 Fun Ways to Reconnect with Your Mother This Summer. (And by Mother, we mean Earth. And by Earth, we mean that big round thing that supports your existence. And by Summer, we mean right now.)

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Get to Know: Conservation Northwest

Get to Know: Conservation Northwest

Posted by sfreedman at Jun 10, 2010 09:40 AM |

For over twenty years, Conservation Northwest has protected hundreds of thousands of acres of wild lands and wildlife habitat across Washington State. Get to know more about this amazing group and how they are working in collaboration to protect the Columbia Highlands in northeastern Washington State.

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