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The Biomass and Vermiculture Connection

Big Picture Stuff

How do vermiculture and Delta Worms fit into to the renewable energy goals in the United States? This blog is about the big picture and the changes that will occur when we utilize biomass as a feedstock to support renewable energy and bio-products, creating a more sustainable future. 213 more words

Vermiculture

Where Have I Been?

Life is busy, life is chaotic, life is…..life.

Over a year and a half ago I made a decent attempt at blogging more regularly (well more than I had before I started). 525 more words

Future Plans

I am only 5 weeks away from completing my MSW!! I have a lot to write between now and then, but it feels unreal! After this, I will (hopefully) find a job that will offer supervision for licensing. 176 more words

Kayla

Why?

Last week I had quite the adventure as I made my way to school. ( Story to come…) For those of you who don’t know me on a personal level, I am a first year student at the University of California, Los Angeles – Luskin School of Public Affairs in the Master of Social Welfare program. 90 more words

An Environmental Journey

If you’d told us in January 2017 that the National Association of Social Workers would feature our Macro Empowerment Project in their July newsletter, Kate and I would’ve been surprised. 654 more words

Political Action

Choosing education

Why does “I’m thinking about going back to school” give my mother a bolt of fear?

I promised myself I would take a year off. I have always worked full-time while taking full time classes and that shit still took me five years. 191 more words

Millennial Generation

Portrait of Tika

Tika was a lab assistant at California State University Bakersfield (CSUB), Antelope Valley location, computer lab. She was studying for her Masters in Social Work… 151 more words

Photography