permalink The power of imagination makes us infinite -John Muir

The power of imagination makes us infinite -John Muir

permalink We might not change the world, but we’re gonna manipulate it: I hope you’re participating.

We might not change the world, but we’re gonna manipulate it: I hope you’re participating.

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permalink Having our first meeting this week with the Southern Oregon University Foundation about divestment. I hope we can help make history. Check out 350.org!

Having our first meeting this week with the Southern Oregon University Foundation about divestment. I hope we can help make history. Check out 350.org!

permalink Earth day 2013 @ Southern Oregon University!

Earth day 2013 @ Southern Oregon University!

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Learning to ride a segway at Southern Oregon University In front of the Stevenson Union with Tommy Letchworth and Drew Koch.

Hope to see everyone at the Ashland Earth Day Tomorrow; I’ll be bringing plans for our sustainability center behind ScienceWorks.

permalink Working on establishing a Sustainability Center @ SOU…. Here’s the landscape architecture’s second draft. ^_^

Working on establishing a Sustainability Center @ SOU…. Here’s the landscape architecture’s second draft. ^_^

permalink Southern Oregon University- Divestment Discussions taking place. 

Southern Oregon University- Divestment Discussions taking place. 

permalink Let’s divest together

Let’s divest together

permalink Earth day @ Southern Oregon University is coming ^_^!

Earth day @ Southern Oregon University is coming ^_^!

permalink "Endless Pressure; Endlessly Applied"
Nature vs. Concrete.
 I’m still young, I have a lot of time to dedicate to environmental activism. Unlike organizations such as the Black Panthers; I have no opposition with the intent to kill me (Co-Intel). The enemy of my work is also my friend and family; we have a battle of ideologies not people. Decide which side you’re on and operate out of love.
-Alch3mistf 

"Endless Pressure; Endlessly Applied"

Nature vs. Concrete.

I’m still young, I have a lot of time to dedicate to environmental activism. Unlike organizations such as the Black Panthers; I have no opposition with the intent to kill me (Co-Intel). The enemy of my work is also my friend and family; we have a battle of ideologies not people. Decide which side you’re on and operate out of love.

-Alch3mistf 

permalink Working on industry research for my business plan: Oregon Community Solar
Facts on the Oregon Solar Industry

There are currently more than 112 solar companies at work throughout the value chain in Oregon. 
Oregon ranked 14th nationally in Q4 installations. See more solar state rankings.
In 2012, Oregon ranked 15th nationally in solar capacity installed.
Oregon ranks 15th nationally in cumulative installed solar capacity.  There is enough solar energy installed in the state to power 7,000 homes.
In 2012, $87 million was invested in Oregon to install solar on homes and businesses. This represents a 8% increase over the previous year, and is expected to grow again this year.
Average installed residential and commercial photovoltaic system prices in Oregon continue to fall—by 26% from last year. National prices have also dropped steadily—by 14% from last year and 31% since 2010.

Working on industry research for my business plan: Oregon Community Solar

Facts on the Oregon Solar Industry

  • There are currently more than 112 solar companies at work throughout the value chain in Oregon. 
  • Oregon ranked 14th nationally in Q4 installations. See more solar state rankings.
  • In 2012, Oregon ranked 15th nationally in solar capacity installed.
  • Oregon ranks 15th nationally in cumulative installed solar capacity.  There is enough solar energy installed in the state to power 7,000 homes.
  • In 2012, $87 million was invested in Oregon to install solar on homes and businesses. This represents a 8% increase over the previous year, and is expected to grow again this year.
  • Average installed residential and commercial photovoltaic system prices in Oregon continue to fall—by 26% from last year. National prices have also dropped steadily—by 14% from last year and 31% since 2010.