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What does it mean to be culturally competent? And how can we as individuals and organizations move beyond competence to cultural fluency? A group of AOR members explored these questions together at a recent AOR workshop led by Maketa Wilborn, an organizational development consultant, facilitator, artist and educator.



When it comes to education, it’s tempting to make the most of every opportunity to address every detail of what, when, where and how to recycle. But honestly, only a few folks would welcome that level of detail. Most would feel overwhelmed. To keep your outreach at the right level of detail, just remember 1 : 5 : 50.



Do you know a person, business or or​ganization that acts, thinks and does green? Then you need to nominate then today! All nominations are due by midnight on January 18, 2016. Winners of each category will be announced at the 2016 Mid-Valley Green Awards on March 12, 2016 at the Salem Convention Center.


The American Paper and Forest Association and created a lively video about paper recycling, which won a 36th Annual Bronze Telly Award (the annual Telly Awards program honors excellence in broadcast and online video content). The video promotes increased quantity and quality of paper and paper-based packaging...