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Delicious IMPACT! – The Evolution of Branch Out Bakery

Tricia Enns took place in the IMPACT! Sustainability Champions Training program in Ottawa in 2013 and is the creator of Branch Out Bakery.

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How do we make goals when we don’t know what goals we want most?
How does one choose to pursue an idea without knowing the results?

These are two questions that constantly encircled (and still do) my head when I first started Branch Out Bakery.

The Co-operators youth sustainability program named 2015 Clean50 Top Project of the Year


The press release "The Co-operators youth sustainability program named 2015 Clean50 Top Project of the Year" was originally posted on The Co-operators website. The Natural Step Canada is proud to be an IMPACT! partner.

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IMPACT! The Co-operators Youth Program for Sustainability Leadership has been named the 2015 Clean50 Top Project of the Year for sustainable development and clean capitalism by Delta Management Group. 

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IMPACT! – It’s about doing more good

The article "IMPACT! – It’s about doing more good," is written by Alyssa Kostello, alumni of the IMPACT! Sustainability Champions Training program, and is adapted from her blog originally published on alyssakostello.wordpress.com.

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Back in May I was at the IMPACT! Youth Conference for Sustainability Leadership where I spent four days with 175 other youth from across Canada. You may be wondering “What is this conference you speak of and what’s it all about?”

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