Eugene Solutions replied saying that the project disbanded and that they wanted to keep it going, but no one had time to commit. Tessa Barker said she is more than willing to do an interview about the project, but it will have to be through email because she lives in a rural area with bad cell reception.
I have yet to hear back from the NLC, but since they are a committee created through the Neighborhood Leaders Council, they should be able to answer some questions.
On campus, there are several student groups as well as an entire Sustainability Center that I will be going and talking to. I feel they would be the best way to find other sources in the area.
I also plan on visiting several businesses in the area to ask what changes they have made to be a more sustainable business. The easiest way to do that would be to just go to each and ask them a few questions. The neighborhood council would be another source I can email and set up an interview with.
This is my week for going out and getting the information that I need. I feel pretty confident that I can get good interviews for an interesting piece.