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Omega: You have training in yoga and meditation and you studied permaculture through the Omega Center for Sustainable Living's Ecological Literacy Immersion Program (ELIP). How do you think these skills will be useful in...

Omega: Why would someone want to start making their own self-care products?

Dina: First of all, it’s really fun. You don’t have to want to do it for any reason other than it’s really fun. Then, there are...

Whether it’s addressing the World Trade Organization to challenge globalization, riding horses along the Enbridge Pipeline route to battle big oil, or setting new demonstration records to demand action on climate change, women leaders Vandana...

All students who complete the full course and present their design projects will earn an internationally recognized Permaculture Design Certificate.  

For those that would also like to earn college credit during this...

Water flows through everything we do as humans. Our lives and livelihoods depend on it, all of us, even if it’s not often enough in the front of our minds. Which is where World Water...

On January 26, 2015, Omega FoodWorks general manager and executive chef, Bob Turner, spoke at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA) about sustainability. 

“Sustainability is one of...

It’s well-established that spending money at locally-owned businesses keeps money circulating in the community to a greater degree than money spent...


Enjoy select presentations from the Omega Center for Sustainable Living conference Where We Go From Here: Building the Collaborative Commons.

From its beginnings as Water of Life, to Design by Nature, ...

It seems that all religions include teachings on how to be of service to the world and how to care for each other. For Hindus, karma yoga is the yoga of action and selfless service. Christians are encouraged to love one another and bear each...

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