Author: Megan Fluke

Welcome CALA class of 2017-2018!
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Welcome CALA class of 2017-2018!

Meet our newest cohort of change-makers, the Community Advocates Leadership Academy class of 2017-2018. CALA’s goal is to stimulate the local climate of civic activism in support of environmental sustainability, public health, and social justice. This year’s program kicked off on September 9, 2017 at Cooley Landing in East Palo Alto, with Santa Clara County...

Congrats CALA Graduates!
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Congrats CALA Graduates!

The 31 graduates of the Community Advocates Leadership Academy (CALA) Class of 2017 celebrated their graduation on June 3. Graduates of all ages had taken 10 Saturday classes, one a month, to learn to make a difference in the environmental and social challenges of our time. “We had wonderful guest speakers,” said graduating student Doreen Villemaire....

Thank You Lucrecia & Ricardo #PeopleWeLove
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Thank You Lucrecia & Ricardo #PeopleWeLove

Today I’d like to share our final story of #PeopleWeLove, Lucrecia and Ricardo Rivera. Lucrecia and Ricardo are two of the many wonderful people who make our work possible. Join them and make your year-end gift to Committee for Green Foothills today. Lucrecia and Ricardo were first introduced to Committee for Green Foothills when Lucrecia participated...

Introducing Our First-Ever Annual Report
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Introducing Our First-Ever Annual Report

You may be surprised to hear that we’ve never created an annual report (I was when I realized it). But like most things, it’s better late than never, right? For me, taking the time to sit down and reflect on what we accomplished together in 2015 made this endeavor worthwhile. Looking back was also an...

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You are leaving the Green Foothills website to go to our 2021 CALA Application.

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