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HELIO and Our Country’s First People

HELIO is lighting up Native American communities in the United States. Our wonderful non-profit partner, Trees, Water, & People took a case of HELIO units in the field with them to visit tribal lands. Many of our nation’s indigenous people live in conditions with little or no access to electricity, making a solar powered source of light and energy both highly sought-after and much appreciated.

Trees, Water, & People's National Director, Eriq Acosta, commenting upon the image shown in this post:

This is Silas Red ...

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Ventana Wilderness Alliance's Wild and Scenic Film Festival Begins September 20

Makers4Good is a proud sponsor of the Ventana Wilderness Alliance, and their Wild and Scenic Film Festival!

Founded in 1998, the Ventana Wilderness Alliance is dedicated to protecting the wildlands of California's northern Santa Lucia mountain range. VWA is composed of people from all walks of life who share a love of Wilderness and a goal to ensure it remains wild in perpetuity.

Join the Ventana Wilderness Alliance at the Del Mar Theatre in Santa Cruz on September 20th, or the Golden State Theatre ...

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Night Hikes and Meteors with HELIO and Sonoma County Regional Parks

Makers4Good is a proud sponsor of the Sonoma County Regional Parks “Star Gazing & Meteor Shower Social”: a potluck-style event bringing community members together to enjoy the meteor shower and planets with Sonoma County Regional Park Staff. The event was designed to have community members enjoy treats and meet one another while enjoying the splendors of our natural environment.

Makers4Good donated a case of HELIO light-weight solar lights, perfect for the kids in attendance to use while night-hiking with the rangers during this educational and fun ...

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Makers4Good Welcomes Its Newest Nonprofit Partner, Bear Yuba Land Trust

Makers4Good is pleased to announce its newest non-profit partner, Bear Yuba Land Trust. BYLT is a private, membership-supported organization that works to promote voluntary conservation of the Sierra Nevada’s natural, historical and agricultural legacy.

For more than 27 years, BYLT has been a conservation leader, saving more than 12,000 acres of forests, oak woodlands, meadows, riparian habitat, farms and ranches.

The Bear Yuba Land Trust team is made up of a small staff and board, hundreds of devoted members, volunteers, and community sponsors ...

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