One Watershed

Content to keep you updated on StokeShare’s at-risk youth mentorship program.

How StokeShare Made the World a Better Place in 2016

“Every child needs nature—not just the ones with parents who appreciate nature.” – Richard Louv Are you a company with a mission or a mission with a company?...

President Obama Reminds Us To Invest In Youth

“You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated.” – Maya Angelou Last week, ESPN hosted a town hall with President Obama to have a conversation about race,...

Why We Call It One Watershed

We all exist in a watershed. It means you’re a part of an environmental system where natural boundaries direct drainage towards a large water body, usually the ocean. Before h...

StokeShare and Our Living Future

“solutions, not problems; practice, not theory; transformation, not incrementalism.” – Amory Lovins When I first dug into the Living Building Challenge I was at an inter...

StokeShare in 2015: The Highlights

The dream that is StokeShare launched in April of 2015. Our mission was clear: change the world… Can an online marketplace solve global problems?  Yes Can we build a community...

Old Gear. New Life.

This holiday season the StokeShare team will be spreading cheer by giving your old gear new life. What the H. E. double hockey sticks does that mean? Well, I’ll tell you...

Paddleboarding With StokeShare

By Veronica Forrette, Administrative Assistant | November 6, 2015 Veronica joined StokeShare for a day of paddle boarding with local youth at China Camp. StokeShare, a gear-sh...

What the Kids from Newton, California Taught Us

Lots of organizations around the world have this goal. It’s kind of interesting how it’s so popular. But why are we all motivated to do this? For some, it’s giving the kids a ...