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About Ecoversity

Ecoversity is an open-source environmental website promoting ecological awareness, understanding, knowledge and responsibility. has over 2,000 active links and over 1,000 videos available with information on tools, practices and skills for sustainable living. Ecoversity's mission is educating the world for a healthy, prosperous and sustainable future for all of the biosphere. We welcome your input and participation.

Ecoversity beekeeping class 2011
Ecoversity beekeeping class June, 2011

Fiz Harwood Ecoversity is the legacy of cultural anthropologist Frances (Fiz) H. Harwood (1941-2003), a student and intern of Dr. Margaret Mead. Dr. Harwood was an ecologist, philanthropist, visionary, and Buddhist practitioner. She helped to found Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado, the first Buddhist University in the Western Hemisphere, as well as fostering and supporting numerous organizations devoted to charitable, educational, scientific, and religious purposes throughout her adult life. Dr. Harwood was the inspiration for numerous activists in many fields of endeavor including peace work, inter-cultural understanding, indigenous wisdom, biodiversity, and environmental preservation. Her good works continue to grow and reverberate throughout the world.

Recent Press:

Transitions Radio
Interview 5/12/10: Ecoversity's Jeff Harbour with Alan Hutner for Transitions Radio (to be broadcast on KBAC 98.1FM) (listen)

Santa Fe New Mexican 11/28/08
"A New Energy Frontier"

KSFR: Diego Mulligan Interviews
- Mar 24 2009: Diego interviews Andrew Fikiforuk, author of Tar Sands, and Dan Buettner, author of The Blue Zone, with Ecoversity's Jeff Harbour accompanying. (download mp3)
-Interview with Ecoversity's Jeff Harbour and Willem Malten, 12/30/08 (mp3)
-Interview with Alphonz Viszolay 12/16/08 (mp3)

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