Tag Archives: Oberlin Project

Oh Oberlin: David Orr

David Orr is the founder and visionary behind the Oberlin Project. Borrowing from oberlinproject.org: A grant-funded venture, the Oberlin Project has four full-time staff who coordinate stakeholder teams working on energy, education, policy, community engagement, economic development, transportation, research, and … Continue reading

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Oh Oberlin: Lester Allen

Rev. Lester Allen¬†knew as a 10 year old living in Cleveland how much he liked Oberlin, what it represented to him as a community in which he could wave hi to people and go fishing with his friends. As a … Continue reading

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Oh Oberlin: Scott Hulver/SEED Ventures

The word “entrepreneur” is a force all its own these days as people decide with an app and angel investors they can become the next tech millionaire. Oberlin College senior Scott Hulver¬†wants more than that for himself and Oberlin/Lorain County … Continue reading

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Oh Oberlin: 2014 Year in Review

In the six months I have done this podcast I have not been surprised by Oberlin one bit in what goes on here … which is to say a lot. Your stories mean everything to me. Thank you to those … Continue reading

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Oh Oberlin: Cullen Naumoff

Cullen Naumoff, director of sustainable enterprise for the Oberlin Project, joined the organization in September. By the end of 2015 she wants to see a food hub up and operating in town. In her own words, Naumoff is a “doer.” … Continue reading

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Oh Oberlin: Sean Hayes and the Oberlin Project

I have long been fascinated by what I saw as the scope of the Oberlin Project. One-time director Bryan Stubbs and I talked at length during his tenure, resulting in one or two blog posts of mine on theciviccommons.com. (Stubbs … Continue reading

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Oh Oberlin: Danny Rosenberg and the Oberlin Environmental Dashboard

This week I talk to Oberlin Environmental Dashboard project manager Danny Rosenberg. If you haven’t seen the displays around town illustrating the city’s electric use, water use and the condition of Plum Creek, it may be because you don’t have … Continue reading

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http://www.oberlinproject.org/our-commitments I’d like to know how sausage is made. Particularly this sausage. Is there community buy-in into the Oberlin Project? Where?

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