Here’s how you can celebrate Indigenous People’s Day by honoring the historical past and responsibly advocating for Indigenous futures.
In January of 2021, CNPS hired us to help roll out a groundbreaking new campaign to reinvigorate California’s homes and gardens with native plants. Introducing: Bloom! California.
We are thrilled to announce that Ventura County Community Foundation has officially rebranded. Take a look at the evolution.
A technology and business model that will build trust, transparency, auditability in a global marketplace to meet the exploding demand for the purchase and sale of ecosystem service credits.
The Black is Beautiful Showcase from Healing Justice Santa Barbara aired on February 26 to highlight the experiences and creativity of the Black community in an effort to represent and celebrate Black history and Black excellence.
LOACOM CEO David Fortson was recently interviewed by Cory Ames on the Grow Ensemble Podcast. LoaCom works with changemakers, causers, and companies to build a better world, helping them with their marketing and communication while advocating for the environment and other social causes.
If your work spills anywhere into the social media realm, there’s a chance you may have noticed a few hiccups while attempting to run ads or boost posts on Facebook over the past few months. As someone who works at a marketing and communications agency that works primarily with environmental or social justice-based clients, Facebook’s […]
If you’ve ever run an ad through Facebook’s Ads Manager, it’s likely that you’ve run into a few hiccups along the way. MailChimp’s recent integration with Facebook might be a response to this, or at least we’d like to think so.
Nonprofits continuously juggle raising awareness of their organizations, activating supporters, and fundraising for their cause — online as much as offline.
Living La Vida Loa A #ThrowbackThursday from an old feature in the Santa Barbara Independent! Almost eight years ago, when longtime environmentalist David Fortson decided to flex his entrepreneurial muscles by starting an “eco-lifestyle collective,” his friends, family, and colleagues had no idea what he was doing. And neither did he.