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Elemeno's Current Activities: Sustainable Shelter ElemenoArt ElemenoWeb.org Elemeno is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization supporting community education and health through initiatives promoting sustainable food, energy and waste management ideas. You can make your tax-deductible contribution to Elemeno now by mail: Elemeno 126 Regent St. Lansing, MI 48912 Continue reading
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Sustainable Shelter: Help design and build a one-of-a-kind shelter that incorporates the best of traditional knowledge with cutting edge technology. Elemeno is seeking design ideas for a small, energy-smart human shelter. We invite anyone who wishes to join in the planning and building of a functional, low-impact, living space. Elemeno... Continue reading
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Isabel David is the Vice President of Elemeno. Her motivations include youth empowerment, networking and material sciences. You can reach Isabel at isabeldavid077@gmail.com. Continue reading
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Paint, draw, sculpt, write... Create and contribute an original work of art sharing your vision of the best place, and way, to live. We'll be recruiting as much input as possible and featuring select art at an outdoor banquet and silent auction to benefit the community this summer. Maybe you'd... Continue reading
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Elemeno founding member Chris Cote is our chief of technology. He lives in Chicago where he operates an independent technology company. You can reach Chris at entone@gmail.com Continue reading
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Interested in developing web skills or adding non-profit work to your resume? Elemeno is building ElemenoWeb.org as a hub, but we're starting on the ground floor with you. To learn more about getting involved with Elemeno's website, contact Chris. In the meantime, you can check on our progress by visiting... Continue reading
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Thanks for your 'thoughtful' remarks. If only as much attention were paid to the health of our children as to the typos of working fathers! I know women (and men) who purchase their baby food pre-made, others who prepare their own or use a combination of the two. Obviously there are many factors affecting this, like any of our daily decisions. My daughter's mom enjoys giving Pearl home-mashed foods (when she's not working on her dissertation, or when she is!) instead of those processed in a factory--not just for some abstract nutritional or mere cost-saving reasons. Prioritizing the time it takes to integrate real, home-made food into the diets of those who need it most rewards us in those ways, but also in the creation of a process that we can feel comfortable continuing into Pearl's later years and adulthood. The three-fold claim that a) men are insensitive to womens' balancing act, b) men are less 'overworked' than women and c) there is a necessary trade-off between being busy and being able to free oneself from the marketed "conveniences" that 'feed the bellies of the pigs who exploit us ' are all speciously reasoned at best. Sounds like a little more support from your baby's daddy might be welcome. Also, recent research supports the notion that in the last 25 years males have caught up to--or surpassed--females in America when it comes to the bodily and psychological stresses of working parenthood (holler at me for citations). At least I'm glad a busy mom found time to Dig In while surfing the web! >>
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