– Several Board members are traveling to Israel and the West Bank. The are visiting Wadi Attir, and the Kidron/Nar, and the Hebron area.
– May 2017 – Construction is finished on the Wetlands Demonstration Project!
June 4, 2017 – Boulder Jewish Festival. See us on the Pearl Street Mall (we are sharing a booth with Hazon).
January 19, 2017, 7pm at Congregation Har HaShem (main building) in Boulder – Community meeting to report on Oct/Nov 2016 trip to Israel and the West Bank, and discuss future direction. You can also view the full announcement here.
October 27 – November 8, 2016 – Electronic Waste workshops and meetings in the West Bank and Israel. VIEW TRIP REPORT HERE
October 20, 2016 – Community meeting/fundraiser in Boulder
June 2016 – Presentation at B’nei Haverah, Denver
June 2016 – See us at the Hazon booth at the Boulder Jewish Festival.
May 2016 – SIPP is working with several potential Israeli and American partners on a USAID solicitation.
April 2016 – Presentation at Bonai Shalom, Boulder.
April 2016 – SIPP becomes a funding partner in developing a constructed wetlands in the West Bank community of Al Ubedeiya.
Winter/Spring 2016 – Working with Anne Peters of Gracestone, Inc., SIPP provides ongoing expertise to Israeli and Palestinian NGOs on recycling/reprocessing electronic wastes.
October 11 – 16, 2015 – SIPP sends four from Boulder to Israel and the West Bank
September 18, 2015 – SIPP partners with Israeli Engineer Arnon Goren, and Palestinian NGO Qumran Palestine to form the Kidron-Nar Valley Rehabilitation Consortium. On behalf of the Consortium, SIPP submitted a grant proposal to USAID regarding developing a constructed wetlands waste water treatment system in Al Ubiedyeh. Additional partners included faculty from the University of Colorado. UPDATE October 2, 2015: grant proposal was declined by USAID.
Thursday, August 13, 2015 from 7-9pm in Boulder, CO
Help us send environmental experts to the Kidron Valley to consult with Palestinians and Israelis on adopting and implementing a Zero Waste goal for their recycling and composting programs.
Click here (PDF) or here for more information.