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Farewell And Thank You From Jason Sahler

Posted By Jason Sahler On September 16, 2009 @ 5:45 pm In Announcements | 1 Comment

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For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Jason Sahler, and for the last year and half I have been behind the scenes of Inhabitat making sure it runs as smoothly as possible. Now the time has come for me to say farewell and I wanted to thank Jill, the Inhabitat team and YOU, the readers who make Inhabitat the awesome website that it is today. It has been a truly remarkable experience and I have learned so much from Jill on green design and how to run a website, as well as the passion that the design community has for smart, sustainable design. I will not forget all this and will bring everything I have learned with me as I move onto my next adventure, SustainaBrew [2].

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As I leave Inhabitat, I move to follow my own path and passions, which happen to be beer and sustainability. I will be putting my efforts into my blog, SustainaBrew, which chronicles the sustainable efforts of the brewing industry, from the hop grower to the publican. We will cover everything from the green design of brew houses [4], to the use of organic and local hops and barley [5] in the brews, and I hope to see you on “The Sustainable Side of Beer.”

Thank you Jill, thank you Inhabitat, and thank you everyone for being so great.

Cheers,
Jason Sahler


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[1] Image: http://www.inhabitat.com/2009/09/16/farewell-and-thank-you/destruise_blackalbert_jason/

[2] SustainaBrew: http://www.sustainabrew.com

[3] Image: http://www.inhabitat.com/2009/09/16/farewell-and-thank-you/sustainabrew_header-inhabit/

[4] green design of brew houses: http://www.sustainabrew.com/2009/06/15/a-green-expansion-at-odell-brewing-co/

[5] organic and local hops and barley: http://www.sustainabrew.com/2009/07/23/sierra-nevada-brings-the-terroir/

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