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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Vapur in the Village of Nepal

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September 28, 2012

By Olivia Wong Arupokhari-1 is a sleepy village in the Gorkha District of eastern Nepal. It is home to roughly 600 sustenance farmers, school-aged children, buffalo, goats and exotic plant species. Although it is currently a peaceful community of smiling families living with tin roofs, straw huts and chickens, it has been scarred by a [...]

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Festival-Friendly Vapur Tips

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September 18, 2012

Something most don’t know, Vapur Team members are avid music lovers and tunes are constantly streaming throughout the day at Vapur HQ. Music has always been a source of inspiration and expression, defining those that choose to listen by genres, trends and tastes. As a thread that binds people together, it’s no wonder that music [...]

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Vapur Pro Team

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September 12, 2012

With many of the same characteristics as the Vapur Anti-Bottle (adventurous, portable, durable, fun!), we’re proud to introduce the Vapur Pro Team; Eric Larsen, Anna Levesque and Laura Bylund. We just wish we could roll them up and put them in our pocket to pull out whenever we need advice on how to do something [...]

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Climbing Adventure for Kids

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September 7, 2012

Climbing Adventure for Kids at UC Santa Barbara ~ August 6-24, 2012 Written by Vapur Pro Team member, Laura Bylund The Vapur Anti-Bottle’s colorful presence graced the Climbing Adventure for Kids this August at UC Santa Barbara.  This 3-week climbing camp serviced over 40 young climbers of all skill levels between the ages of 6 [...]

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Vapur’s Back-to-School Lunchtime Picks!

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September 5, 2012

Back-to-school season is the perfect opportunity for parents to help reduce their kids’ consumption of use-and-toss items. Even with classes back in session, it’s not too late to replace the staples of kids’ backpacks — paper lunch bags, bottled water, and paper towels — with reusable versions that are not only built to last but [...]

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