by Christopher Widmaier | May 10, 2023 | landscape analysis, Our News
Rochester Ecology Partners is happy to announce the launch of the Greater Rochester Environmental Community Directory. Over 100 groups dedicated to improving community well-being and the environment for all have agreed to be listed and more are expected to join as they learn about the directory. The directory can be found at rochesterenvironment.com.
by Christopher Widmaier | Jun 20, 2022 | landscape analysis, Our NewsThe Environmental Organization Landscape Analysis project is an effort to understand the work of organizations that are working to create a more just and sustainable environment in the Rochester Region. Our project team is looking to get feedback from community...
by Christopher Widmaier | May 6, 2022 | landscape analysis, Our News
The St. John Fisher College Community-Engaged Learning Program recently awarded Rochester Ecology Partners a Reciprocity Award for our work with students in Dr. Jim Bowman’s community writing course. Channing Harell, Brooklyn Kicherer, Hailey Rice, and Chloe Wu piloted survey questions and analysis for our newly launched Environmental Organization Landscape Analysis project. Their work informs how we go about building a better understanding and stronger network of the organizations creating a more just and sustainable Rochester.
by Christopher Widmaier | Feb 28, 2022 | grant, landscape analysis, Our NewsRochester Area Community Foundation recently awarded Rochester Ecology Partners a $20,000 grant to launch an organizational landscape analysis project that will lead to a better understanding of environmental nonprofit organizations in the Rochester region. The...
by Christopher Widmaier | Jan 12, 2022 | grant, landscape analysis
Rochester Ecology Partners (REP) was recently awarded a $20,000.00 grant from the Emil Muller Foundation for a project that will lead to a better understanding of environmental nonprofit organizations in the Rochester Region. The Environmental Organization Landscape Analysis this grant supports will lead to greater alignment and collaboration between organizations and partners from other sectors. This project furthers REP’s mission of connecting all people to nature where they live, work and play by fostering relationships and developing publicly available resources for community members seeking to influence a more just and sustainable future for our community.