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Business: The Envirolution Club talks trash, Life Coach Fanny Muller offers services

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This year, SWEP is partnering with Envirolution, a non-profit organization that works to facilitate the expansion of the sustainability movement.

The Truckee High School Envirolution club is starting off with an energy audit of the THS campus with the help of Alex Gamboa (Executive Director of Envirolution) and Peter Mayfield (Executive Director of Gateway Mountain Center). Their mission is to develop collaborative platforms that advance sustainability, grow the green economy, and empower the next generation of leaders (envirolution.org).

Currently there are about a dozen active members in Envirolution that are also working on a Service Learning Project called “Create Your Change,” with support from SWEP Project Director Missy Mohler and Executive Director Christine McMorrow. There are two parts to this project: The Trashion Show and Entre Cycle, a green recycling entrepreneurship.

Both of these projects will incorporate the partnership of many other schools and will culminate at Earth Day this year on April 19, 2009, in Squaw Valley.

“Create Your Change” Green Gift Boxes: Right now, as the holidays approach, Envirolution club members are showing up at gift fairs and creating gift boxes from old calendars and magazine covers. These boxes create no waste; each one is unique and beautiful.

“They recently used old Christmas cards to create gift boxes, and figured a way to fold them so the message shows,” said Mohler. Learn from these gifted students at First Friday’s in Brickelltown, Dec. 5 and 19, from 4 to 8 p.m., right next to LuLu and Drakes. They will show you how to fold post cards, magazines, calendars into bows, boxes and perhaps, a snowflake ornament.

Earth Divas: Students are finding many ways to recreate trash products into usable items such as backpacks, purses, wallets and more. Their plan is to employ the help of all students in the school district by having them help in collecting the trash items they need to make their products. Envirolution club members are getting their assembly presentation together now and hope to get to all of the schools in January to make them a part of the Create Your Change service learning project.

High Trashion at Earth Day

Lastly, club members are planning a Trashion show for Earth Day 2009! That’s right, they are designing fashions from trash to debut at Earth Day. As one of the Envirolution students put it: “The outfits are not that functional, but high fashion isn’t supposed to be functional. It is supposed to allow you to see what could be.”

Students will be selling their earth diva wares at the Earth Day Festival. The Envirolution club members hope that these many projects will help raise local awareness about the eco chic ways trash (that would otherwise sit in a landfill) can be created into something usable and fashionable. Being truly “green” is about conserving. The money they raise will go toward projects that reduce the carbon footprint of Truckee High and other environmental endeavors.

Contact SWEP at 525-9457 or visit http://www.4swep.org.