August 2017 - ACA Pre-Conference Newsletter
Topics: GreenPrisons Prepares for the 147th ACA Congress of Corrections, 6th year, the Green Aisle continues to draw companies. GreenPrisons and the Lee County (FL) Detention Center Host “Southern Forum” on November 14th, 2017. Exhibitors sign up here. Participants sign up here. The Federal Bureau of Prisons Makes a Move in Energy Efficiency. CorrectionsOne.com Highlights California Sustainability Incentive in Prison Design
July 2017 Newsletter
Topics: NIC and DOE Host First National Workgroup on Sustainability in Corrections. Two Major Conference Events Rapidly Approaching. Horticultural and Gardening Programs Bring “New Life” to the Correctional Environment.
June 2017 Newsletter
Topics: GreenPrisons is coming to a Conference near you.The American Correctional Association (ACA) returns with its Green Aisle at the 147th Congress of Corrections in St Louis, August 18th-22nd and GreenPrisons will be there. Surplus Lighting Available from Indiana DOC. Oregon’s Latest Sustainability Report Show Great Energy Savings.
May 2017 SE Newsletter
Topics: Special Edition GreenPrisons Newsletter acknowledging the difficult work that all those who work inside our nation’s prisons, jails, and community corrections offices do on a daily basis. Further, "Green Programs" are playing an increasingly vital role in giving offenders a second chance to succeed at life. If you work in corrections GreenPrisons extends our thanks to you for all you do.
April 2017 Newsletter
Topics: GreenPrisons Celebrates Earth Day, Planning for the 147th Congress of Corrections in St. Louis is almost completed, The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) and the Department of Energy (DOE) will host a first ever planning session April 26 and 27 to examine ways that the two agencies can collaborate.
March 2017 Newsletter
Topics: GreenPrisons expands your opportunities about new sustainable technology, or practices that can be utilized in corrections, Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC) receives Recycler of the Year Award at the Mid-Valley Green Awards, In April NIC and the US Department of Energy (DOE) will bring correctional practitioners together to discuss their current sustainable practices.
February 2017 Newsletter
Topics: GreenPrisons Website Gets New Look. Write your Own GP Blog! GP Intiates Sustainability Listserv. ACA Winter Conference Marks A Milestone in Sustainability for Corrections.
January 2017 Newsletter
Topics: ACA Winter Conference Starts Next Weekend. Clean and Green Committee Gets a New Name and New Status. GreenPrisons Welcomes Integrated Veteran’s Services As Our Newest Sponsor.
December 2016 Newsletter
Topics: Sustainability in Corrections is alive and well! Flexi-Pave expands it's Correctional Initiative. CorrectPAC provides training for the Kentucky Department of Corrections.
September 2014 Newsletter
Topics: The ACA, in association with GreenPrisons, is offering a “Green Street” exclusively for vendors of sustainable products, technology, and services at the 144th Congress of Corrections, NCAI Welcomes sustainable product lines, Alabama DOC Propane Fleet.
April 2014 Newsletter
Topics: The American Correctional Association, in association with GreenPrisons, is offering a “Green Street” exclusively for vendors of sustainable products, technology, and services at the 144th Congress of Corrections.
March 2014 Newsletter
Topics: Memphis Detention Center Visits ODRC, CorrectPac Maintains Their Support for Corrections, Clean and Green Committee Has Another Successful ACA Conference.
January 2014 - Special Edition Newsletter
Topics: Memphis Sustainability Forum.
January 2014 Newsletter
Topics: PortionPac Initiates New Training Program, National Correctional Industries Association, ACA Winter Conference, Solar America Solutions, GreenPrisons Forum.
Topics: GREEN CORRECTIONS COMMUNITY NEWS - Collaboration Between Higher Ed and Corrections (Illinois), Ohio Focuses on Offender Education Programs to Help Curb Violence, GreenPrisons at Regional Conferences, GreenPrisons On the Go!
Topics: Wallkill Correctional Facility Makes Recycling Pay, A Waste Standard?, Big Brother: What Waste Management Thinks About Recycling, CNBC Features a Series on Garbage, NPR: Turning Trash into Energy.
Topics: Make Sure Your Efforts Are Counted, Green Agriculture Training Programs, GreenGov Challenge, LettuceGrow Links Prison Gardening Project to Low Recidivism, Don't Just Save Money on Recycling...Make Money!, What Is A "Green Job"?
Topics:Juvenile Justice and Sustainability, Green Opportunities at ACA, Menard Correctional Center in Illinois Goes Beyond Recycling, Oregon Department of Corrections’ Sustainability Plan, Achieving Sustainability within Correctional Industries, Ohio Green Prisons Project.
Topics: Moving forward for correctional sustainability, In Memorium, Green Community News
The Connection, Marvin's View
Topics: Recognition from Green Seal
Recycle Report - December 2012
Topics: RecycleIndy Challenge Recap, Indy's Green Economy, Recycling is a Big Economic Engine,Recycle Force in Columbus
Nov 2012 Newsletter
Topics: Success! Thanks to Everyone Who Joined Us at the 2nd National Symposium on Sustainability in Corrections
Sept 2012 Newsletter
Topics: Training, Conferences and Networking, Pennslyvania State Powers Facility with Metane
Aug 2012 Newsletter
Topics: First Winner of Rees-Stalder Sustainability in Corrections Award, Illinois Releases Sustainability Plan
July 2012 Newsletter
Topics: 14 Green Prisons, Interntional Green Prison Design, Correctioinal Center Green Jobs
June 2012 Newsletter
Topics: Solar Mapping: What's Your Potential, 5 Million Green Jobs, Apprentice Programs Pave Way to Sustainable Careers
May 2012 Newsletter
Topics: List of Top 50 Green-Powered Organizations, 2012 Greengov Presidential Awards, Trends - Feeding Inmates on the Inside
December 2011 Newsletter
Topics: Green Entrepreneur Program, Water Savings at California DOC, Upcoming Events, URI GreenSkills
October 2011 Newsletter
Topics: Re-Entry Webinar Series, Call for Submissions, Resources/Best Practices
September 2011 Newsletter
Topics: Corrections 101 Webinar, Articles/Trends, GreenPrisons at CMI, The #renewable Daily
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