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  • T4CI adds new senior advisor for fundraising and development

    T4CI is proud to welcome Alice Ng as our Senior Advisor for Fundraising and Development. Hailing from New York city, Alice brings over 16 years of experience in the nonprofit sector with hands-on multi-faceted experience in fundraising and development. In this role,…

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  • Celebrating the elephant

    We recently shared the story about how the Singita Grumeti Fund is working to train dogs in their anti-poaching and conservation efforts.  So who are these dogs protecting? The Tanzania area’s elephant population, for one. The escalation of poaching, habitat…

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  • It’s just peachy!

    August is National Peach Month and we couldn’t be more excited. That’s because our project, Piggy Bank, is celebrating the fuzzy stone fruit and the farmers across the nation who work so hard on August 13 with its first PeachFest…

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  • Got me working like a dog… oh, I am a dog.

    We know you work hard.  But do you work like a dog? One of our projects, the Singita Grumeti Fund, is working to have man’s best friend to become the best friend to animals that are often poached for ivory…

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  • Simplify your life! And help the environment

    The first week in August is Simplify Your Life Week.  And although many may think simplifying means items of convenience, such as pre-packaged foods and disposable items, including paper plates, diapers and plastic utensils, there are some wonderful ways to…

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  • Orange you glad it’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month

    As farmers markets begin to bustle and produce stands pop-up along the roadside, celebrating National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable month presents a fresh and delectable invitation for a summer meal. Whether from a stand, you picked-it-yourself at a local farm,…

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  • It’s too darn hot.

    If you have been keeping up with Northern California’s weather, you know we’ve been in a heatwave lately, and it is expected to last for several more days. This heat is cause for concern, not only from an environmental perspective, but…

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  • The outdoors awaits

    Over the course of more than 150 years, a once-radical idea has evolved into a cohesive United States national parks system, with a sometimes conflicting two part-mission: to make the parks accessible to all and to preserve them for future…

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  • The answer is blowing in the wind

    What’s the answer to clean energy? It’s swirling around you.  It’s wind. Wind power has become a major driver for a sustainable energy future. Last year, $112.5 billion was invested in wind power globally, and the industry now employs 1.2 million…

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  • Our Oceans; Our Future

    It’s time to look at our future. It’s time to look at our oceans. The oceans cover about two-thirds of the surface of the Earth and are the very foundations of life. They generate most of the oxygen we breathe,…

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  • On World Environment Day, Innovation Trumps Politics

    A message from Laura Deaton, executive director at Trust for Conservation Innovation: June 5th is World Environment Day. Today is a new beginning, or it least it can be. When the President of the United States decided to pull the US…

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  • Endangered livestock: Heritage Breeds Week

    You may not think much about it, but there are endangered breeds of livestock. More than 1,400 of them worldwide. And it’s time to start protecting them. That’s what  International Heritage Breeds Week is all about.  After all,  agriculture has dramatically…

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