Ecological Culture Initiative
Organic Gardening Certificate Program • Starting July 21st! Learn the basic skills and knowledge needed to develop a bio-intensive vegetable garden from the ground up 🌱
The Ecological Culture Initiative has partnered with St. Mary's Episcopal Church to operate an outdoor farmers' market on the grounds of the church, every Saturday 9am - 1pm, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend (May 27-September 2, 2017) 🌻
The Ecological Culture Initiative will host a screening of the award winning documentary More Than Honey on Thursday, July 27th, 2017 - 6:00 pm at the Quogue Library 🐝
The Ecological Culture Initiative, which launched a seed lending library at the Hampton Bays Library in mid-March, has big plans to turn Hampton Bays into a worldwide leader in the permaculture movement, encouraging food growers to work within the native environment, while also honoring the hamlet’s human history.
ECI's Education Director Marc Fasanella appeared on WRIV's Gianna Volpe Report on March 9th, and discussed important topics including Sustainability, Biodiversity, and the upcoming Seed Movie Encore.
See the staff of the Ecological Culture Initiative present their vision to the Southampton Town Board, including the Good Ground Center for Field Ecology & Regenerative Design.
Seeds are among the most vital things in the world for human survival. Some of the most common foods consumed in America trace back to a handful seeds—including soy, corn, and wheat. But over the past century...
Environmentalists in Hampton Bays are making it easier for their neighbors to eat local and grow their own vegetables. The Ecological Culture Initiative, a new nonprofit led by Marc Fasanella of Hampton Bays, is working on one of its first projects: creating a seed library at the Hampton Bays Library.
After years of attending community meetings to discuss what can be done to improve the (cultural) environment in Hampton Bays—and not seeing much progress—Marc Fasanella decided to take matters into his own hands.