12/16/2012: Our Fall 2012 results are on the now available on the Our Work page. Oh, the things we have learned. Have a look!
11/20/2012: Good news! After review of our LOI, the CSF committee has invited us to submit a full application by early January 2013. We're now one step closer to securing funding to support our 2013 project goals. Wish us luck on the full application!
11/8/2012: We've submitted our letter of intent to the UW Campus Sustainability Fund. This is the first step in the process of applying for CSF grant money. If they like the gist of our project, they'll then invite us to submit a full application. Read the body of our LOI here. (Note that this document is just a short general description of our proposed project, and doesn't include formal headings, contact info, or the like, since that stuff gets submitted elsewhere).
11/7/2012: Amy has put together a Facebook page for our project. Have a look.
10/25/2012: Our project has been featured on KOMO 4 News! Find the story here, and if you comment on KOMO 4's webpage, please remember to be nice to each other.
10/18/2012: We've been invited to coordinate a garbology demonstration/activity at the AIA Archaeology Fair (part of the 114th meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America) at the Burke Museum on January 5th. Look for us there!
10/17/2012: It's official... WE'RE TOTALLY FAMOUS. The Daily has an article about our fall project. Don't worry, we won't let all the fame go to our heads, and we're happy to sign autographs for all our fans out there. Just keep the paparazzi away, please; even superstars need a little privacy. Now where did we park our diamond-encrusted Hummer limo? JEEEEEEEVES! Chop, CHOP, man; Paris Hilton's trash won't sort itself, you know!
9/7/2012: Jack has been invited to speak at the Burke Museum's "Plastics" event at the Neptune Theater in Seattle's U-District on Feb. 5th, 2013. This event is being staged as part of the "Plastics Unwrapped" exhibit at the Burke Museum from Dec. 2012 through May 2013