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planet-smart blog: customer stories
New Resource Bank
Founded in 1983 with a five-acre lease, a $500 stake and the motto “strong backs and weak minds,” Hog Island Oyster Co. has grown to 160 acres in Tomales Bay producing over 3 million oysters annually, plus Manila clams and...
New Resource Bank
In dense urban environments like the Bay Area, a multimodal approach to transportation is key to greener, more livable communities. But getting there is far from easy. Take San Francisco’s Market Street. The city wants to redesign it...
City Car Share
When City CarShare launched in 2001, the idea that you could share rather than own a car was novel. The first carsharing service in the Bay Area—and still the only nonprofit in the space—City CarShare was founded by three...
CowgirlCreamery(taken by M.Edeburn)
Much has changed since long-time friends Sue Conley and Peggy Smith started Cowgirl Creamery in 1997: the business has grown from one small cheese-making room to two full creameries, three retail stores, and products sold in more than 700...
The Ecology Center in Berkeley has grand dreams. Its mission is to build a sustainable, healthy, and just future for the East Bay, California and beyond. Since its inception in 1969, the organization has been working steadily toward those...

 

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