"How do you think organic?"


Think Organic is documenting and promoting the elements of sustainable living. We are accomplishing this mission via the world wide web, through video productions. We are celebrating the interrelationships between humans and the natural environment. Our goal is to educate and motivate people to make conscious sustainable life style choices.

We will join together to bring forth a sustainable global society founded on respect for nature, universal human rights, economic justice, and a culture of peace.

Yes, please submit a video or a proposal for a video project that you believe will be a natural fit with Think Organic.

As we continue to develop the site it is important for us to hear back from you. We appreciate your feedback on our interviews and/or videos. Please keep us informed on other reporting opportunities. Thank you for your interest and your participation.

We are looking for your assistance in creating the Think Organic network by:
1) join the fun! help spread the word about the active projects, and productions live on the Think Organic website.
2) link exchange: a link on your website to http://thinkorganic.com and visa versa.

Funding resources:
1) video production.
2) an on line store of related products.
3) advertising space on the website.
3) except donation.


Tomas Staub, Argentine born, settled into the north west in 1993. After receiving a bachelor of arts from The Evergreen State Collage he focused on youth at risk as a social worker. Four years later he rediscovered his passion for the arts and went into graphic design. As a greener grad he was strongly influenced by the ecological and activist community and was looking for ways to weave in some of his new skills in media communication. Learning to edit and shoot video at TCTV, Olympia's local community television, he brought it all full circle with shorts on sustainable living. Soon ThinkOrganic.com was born. While Tomas is busy building up the content for the website he is interested in collaborating on projects that explore visions of sustainability. w


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