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Gary O. Grimm
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Attended University of Oregon
Lives in Boise, ID
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Boise Weekly published an new article about the Draft Boise River Enhancement Plan being developed by the Boise River Enhancement Network.
The Boise River Enhancement Network (BREN) is online and provides a public record of events, discussions, and group activities starting in 2011, including a google map describing past enhancement projects in the watershed and a monthly newsletter. People interested in the Boise River Enhancement Plan and other watershed issues are invited to join and participate in ongoing On Line / All the Time discussions at the BREN site link below:
 http://boiseriverenhancement.net
The Boise River is beautiful, but it's far from healthy.
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February 15, 2003 - Largest Anti-War protest in history.   I shot SD video in Boise and the big crowd thought our actions would make a difference.  Did you participate? 

http://www.commondreams.org/news/2015/05/20/we-are-many-documentary-depicts-legacy-global-anti-war-movement  
The extraordinary February 15, 2003 march against the U.S. invasion of Iraq, which brought an estimated 30 million people to the streets in 800 cities on every continent, is immortalized on screen in Amir Amirani's acclaimed documentary, We Are Many, premiering in the UK this week.
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Good article describing the "Anthropocene Myth" - the epoch of humanity that is the new geological force transforming the planet beyond recognition.... All humans are shitters and burners - Therefore;  "If everyone is to blame, then no one is."  "If business-as-usual is the outcome of human nature, how can we even imagine something different?"
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2017 Total Solar Eclipse over US.

 More and more information is appearing about how to plan your travel to see the eclipse. This will be a "once-in-a-lifetime" celestial event!

Two links below: 
The path through the US ...and what you'll see if you're in it.
http://www.eclipse2017.org/2017/path_through_the_US.htm

http://www.cnet.com/news/epic-total-solar-eclipse-will-hit-the-us-in-2017-many-are-already-preparing/#ftag=YHF65cbda0
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Today people who live in the Boise River Watershed are invited to attend a community workshop to discuss the development of a new and comprehensive Boise River Enhancement plan. The draft plan is online now and is really impressive with lots of photos, maps and infographics. 

Ongoing opportunities for reviewing the draft plan and for public input and discussion will remain available online for the next few months as this plan is further refined, and on into the future via people who join the Boise River Enhancement Network (BREN).

   More details are available at the following URL.  

     http://boiseriverenhancement.net/page/river-plan
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Nice rainbow in our Boise, Idaho neighborhood at sunset last evening, April 11, 2015. (iPhone Panorama photo)
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Our Epic Future Coalition provides a very interesting interactive Clean Energy video and web site.

http://www.makenuclearhistory.org/?fb_ref=Default
There is a way to power our lives without dirty energy. There is a solution to climate change without nuclear reactors. We can solve the climate crisis and power our lives from 100% renewable sources and energy efficiency. NOW is the time to create our fossil and nuclear-free future.
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Education
  • University of Oregon
    Interdisciplinary / Outdoor Recreation-Environment-Community Service &Public Affairs, 1966 - 1972
  • Idaho State University
    Psychology/Science/Learning, 1958 - 1965
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Major interests in my lifetime have been: 1. a study of learning, especially in outdoor environments; 2. an understanding of the concepts of "the commons" and "common adventure;" 3. the creative process of photography and multimedia communication; and 4. the collaborative opportunities made available on the Internet via the WWW, especially with Social Networking and Web 2.and Web 3.0 and Geospatial Web concepts.
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DBA Mountain Visions since 1979 - Created 1st WWW pages Winter 1995 - 1996 Started using Interactive maps, 360 degree panoramas, video etc.
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Internet & multimedia producer/consultant
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  • Mountain Visions
    Internet & multimedia producer/consultant, 1979 - present
  • University of Oregon
    Coordinator Outdoor Program/ Assistant Professor CSPA, 1967 - 1980
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Boise, ID
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Pocatello, Idaho - Eugene, Oregon - Denali National Park, Alaska - Bancroft, Idaho - Allegany, Oregon
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