"For 10 years, from '84 to '94," Fritjof Capra notes "I directed what we called an ecological think tank called the Elmwood Institute.... Then the Elmwood Institute transformed itself, or rather we transformed it, into the Center for Ecoliteracy. It morphed into the Center for Ecoliteracy in '95. ... For instance, one of our flagship projects is the Edible Schoolyard in Berkeley, which was actually started by (internationally famous cook and restuaranteur) Alice Waters, the owner of Chez Panisse (restaurant in Berkeley, California.) " 
Resources and articles
- CONNECTING WITH FRITJOF CAPRA, organizational web page, accessed April 12, 2012.