Visiting SAGE Dr. Earle spoke in Portland about the world’s oceans as the source of all life, why they’re in peril from pollution, over-use and climate change, and how we can be a part of an all-out effort to save them.
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The vision of the future the LAB is collectively working to bring forth.
Gratitude, wisdom, and intergenerational understanding.
The LAB began as a think tank, and we’ve shifted to become an action group with an amazing collaborative decision making process.
Because of you, this year we engaged over 600 people in our discussions and workshops, fellowships, and our gala to celebrate generations working together. We also released our first Impact Report, sharing the first chapter in our story of one generation helping the...
Work continues on the LAB’s survey/focus project.
Thank you for attending the 2018 Van Jones Visiting SAGE event! We're so grateful to have come together with 600 community members and partners to find center and common ground in these chaotic times. If you missed the lecture, you can catch up by listening to the...
You must also sing across the waters, offering who you are to the long weaving work of who we are for the days to come: in many, one.
Founder Ward Greene and Board Member John Daggett speak with KATU News about the value of SAGE Everyday Heroes: Portland group offers SAGE advice for the next generation