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Direct link to this page: macucc.org/carbonfast By engaging in these activities, you AND YOUR CHURCH can reduce your carbon footprint. An invitation to you AND to your congregation: Please Join Us in a Lenten Fast . . . From Carbon Make this your Congregation’s Lenten discipline! “One of the smartest things I’ve done in my 85 years.” “My electric bill dropped $78 monthly on average.” 2014 will be the fourth year we have provided a day-by-day opportunity to fast from…Find out more »
The Litchfield Garden Club will host Curt Johnson during an open meeting on Thursday, April 17 at 3 p.m. starting with light refreshments and the program to follow. It is being held at the Litchfield Community Center, 421 Bantam Road. Johnson will present a program, “Green Sanctuaries and Blue Waters,” discussing the importance of preserving open spaces and the links between open space and clean drinking water. For more on this story, visit: Litchfield Garden Club to host April 17 open…Find out more »
Connecticut Humanities and Hartford Public Library with Hartford Food System presents Growing Local Roots Growing Local Roots How does local agriculture impact the cultural, economic and educational landscape of our community? How do legislation and statewide initiatives affect access and cost? Join us for an engaging conversation exploring the past, present and future of food in Connecticut! Moderator: Martha Page, Executive Director of Hartford Food System. Panelists: Commissioner Steven Reviczky, CT Department of Agriculture; James Woulfe, Public Policy and Impact…Find out more »
9:30am-3:00pm Legislative Office Building 300 Capitol Ave., Hartford Celebrating YOUR Land Conservation Accomplishments in Connecticut! Please join the Connecticut Land Conservation Council and the Trust for Public Land on April 23, 2014 at the Legislative Office Building (LOB) in Hartford to showcase your conservation projects, thank legislators for their support of open space funding, and to discuss the important work underway to protect Connecticut’s forests, watersheds, outdoor recreational areas, working lands and other invaluable open spaces. Agenda 9 – 9:30…Find out more »
Thursday, April 24 at 4:30pm Barnard Environmental Studies Magnet School 170 Derby Avenue, New Haven Ron Finley plants vegetable gardens in South Central L.A. — in abandoned lots, traffic medians, along the curbs. Why? For fun, for defiance, for beauty and to offer some alternative to fast food in a community where “the drive-thrus are killing more people than the drive-bys.” Come see his famous TEDTalk that has become a national sensation and join the discussion! Barnard Environmental Studies Magnet School 170 Derby…Find out more »
Join SENEME, NYSMEA, & The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, The Maritime Aquarium, Norwalk, CT 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. We welcome a broad range of sessions addressing Long Island Sound and watershed issues. Scientists, educators, and anyone interested in raising awareness of LIS and what the educational community can contribute to furthering research and conservation are welcome! Workshops run for 75 minutes. Please download the attachment for the submission form and more details. Workshop submissions should be received by February…Find out more »
The Institute for Sustainable Energy at Eastern Connecticut State University is planning a statewide Campus Sustainability Conference to be hosted by Middlesex Community College on April 25. The event will be held at MXCC’s Chapman Hall, on Friday, April 25, from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For more information contact Laura Worthington at WorthingtonL@easternct.edu or 860-465-0254. For more on this story, visit: Middlesex Community College to host sustainability conference.Find out more »
Click here for more info. Explore New Haven By Bicycle Rock to Rock is New Haven’s biggest Earth Day celebration. Here’s how it works: You and about a thousand of your neighbors travel from West Rock and East Rock, with celebrations on both sides of the city. Along the way, eat tasty food, hear great music, take on environmental service projects, and explore our city’s parks and neighborhoods. Learn more. All Are Welcome Families and college students, serious riders and weekend…Find out more »
Featuring Gustave Whitehead’s 1899 Flying Machine, Childrens’ Activities, Food & Music 16th Annual Celebration to be held?at Fairfield Warde High School Larry Kaley and Mary Hogue, FEDC Chairman Emeritus and 2014 FEDC Chairman, have announced that this year’s celebration will be held on Saturday, April 26th, from 10am – 4pm, at Fairfield Warde High School located at 755 Melville Avenue, in Fairfield, Conn. With nearly 90 exhibitors, FEDC features cooking demos and loads of entertainment, including professional musicians and children…Find out more »
Riverfront Earth Day is happening this year at Riverfront Plaza in Hartford on Sunday, April 27 from 1- 5! Last year’s event was amazing – great performers, awesome exhibits, and delicious food! This event will be fun and family-friendly, but most importantly, send a strong message to the community that the Earth is beautiful and something to be protected, not destroyed. This year, we are expanding it to have two stages – we will have a Mainstage featuring groups like…Find out more »
Love the Trail? Wanna share that love? The Cheshire Half Marathon takes place mostly on the trail, on Sunday morning, April 27th. Check it out: http://cheshirehalfmarathon.org If you’re not running it and have an hour or two to spare that morning, a few more volunteers are needed to help trails groups at the event. Elm City Cycling can get some great exposure at the trails table – there are thousands of participants. They need 6 more folks to monitor intersections…Find out more »
CORRECTION: Robin & Linda Williams and Their Fine Band in concert to benefit CRWC’s 17th annual Source to Sea Cleanup, Sunday, April 27, Old Saybrook
ROBIN & LINDA WILLIAMS and THEIR FINE GROUP three benefit concerts for the annual source to sea cleanup For more than three decades, Robin & Linda Williams have made it their mission to perform the music that they love, “a robust blend of bluegrass, folk, old-time and acoustic country that combines wryly observant lyrics with a wide-ranging melodicism.” These well-loved artists will play three shows throughout the Connecticut River valley to benefit the CRWC’s annual Source to Sea Cleanup. Robin…Find out more »
April 30, 2014—Hotel Monaco, Baltimore, MD U.S. EPA’s Climate Showcase Communities program is hosting a free, one-day workshop highlighting successful local and tribal government climate and energy strategies that can be replicated in communities across the United States. Attendees of the workshop will have the unique opportunity to hear directly from the government staff that designed and implemented these impressive programs that have achieved meaningful greenhouse gas reductions and other benefits for their communities. Through panel presentations, facilitated discussions, and…Find out more »
Details to be announced! www.westportelectriccarclub.com Check out last year’s rally page: www.facebook.com/events/156329771199834Find out more »
The event showcases individuals, non-profit organizations, and businesses that offer ideas or products that are in keeping with our mission of educating our community in achieving a culture of conservation and environmental sustainability. Additional information on the Festival will be available soon! The exhibitor application is now available http://wiltongogreen.org/wp-content/uploads/exhibitorApplication-1-27-14-1.pdf.Find out more »
Saturday, May 24, 2014 2:00pm 135 Broad Street, Hartford CT\ https://www.facebook.com/events/342516152515657/?ref=2&ref_dashboard_filter=upcomingFind out more »
DEADLINE: Monday, February 3 Time flies while you’re having fun! It’s time to start planning the 2014 Connecticut Trails Weekend (June 7 and 8, 2014). 2014 marks the 22nd year that CFPA has coordinated this statewide event. Our goal again is to feature at least one event in each CT town. With your help, we can do it! Taking part in this nationally recognized celebration is a great way to show off your trails, organization, staff, programs, and volunteers. Hikes,…Find out more »
LOWER CONNECTICUT RIVER Griswold Point. Photo by Judy Preston. Event Location: Griswold Point and Coastal Beach Walk Description: Join Judy Preston, CT Sea Grant Long Island Sound Outreach Coordinator, for a leisurely, educational walk along Griswold Point at the mouth of the Connecticut River. Judy Preston will provide natural history and introduce participants to the significance of this Long Island Sound Study Stewardship Site. The distance will be about 2 miles. Date: Sunday, June 8 Time: 9:45 am to noon (note: the start time was originally…Find out more »
Sandy and Morse Points in West Haven are one of the most productive birding spots in the state. Join Corrie Folsom-O’Keefe, Important Bird Area Program Coordinator for Audubon Connecticut, on a tour of this Important Bird Area and Long Island Sound Stewardship Site. Species we can expect to see include Piping Plover, Least Tern, American Oystercatcher, and hopefully a surprise or two such as Black Skimmer or Saltmarsh Sparrow. Meet at the Sandy Point Parking lot at 10:00 a.m. Sandy…Find out more »
Friends of the Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge invites you to a FREE Advocacy 101 workshop 1-3 p.m. Saturday July 12
The Friends of the Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge invites you to a FREE Advocacy 101 workshop 1-3 p.m. Saturday July 12 Hosted by Sandy Breslin, Director of Governmental Affairs for Audubon Connecticut, the workshop will focus on upcoming legislation that is likely to affect wildlife and their habitat and identify actions that individuals and organizations can take to support or oppose legislation at the state level. The workshop will take place in Room 110 of Yale University’s Environmental…Find out more »
The event will be held on Saturday, Sept. 6 in Edgerton Park , one of New Haven ’s beautiful green jewels. For more info, visit: http://ctfolk.comFind out more »