1 hour 2 minutes
Nonprofit organizations, Sustainability -- Oregon -- Portland, Urban runoff -- Management, Asphalt concrete pavements -- Recycling
Interview of Ted Labbe by Chris Fogg in Portland, Oregon on May 31st, 2009.
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Ted Labbe, a native Oregonian, serves on the board of Depave, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the "transformation of over-paved places; engaging & inspiring communities to reconnect urban landscapes to nature through the reduction of pavement." He has been a biologist for the Washington and Oregon Departments of Fish and Wildlife, Indian Tribes, and nonprofit organizations. He holds a MS in Fish and Wildlife Biology from Colorado State University. This background in fish and wildlife biology has informed his work with Depave.
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Fogg, Chris, "Interview with Ted Labbe, 2009 (audio)" (2009). Sustainability History Project. http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/10768