Green Drinks at Blue Moon – Tuesday, May 19th 6-8

Screenshot 2015-02-24 14.09.01Sustainable Shepherdstown Green Drinks at Blue Moon
Tuesday, May 19, 6-8 pm.
Join us for eco-networking, bring your business cards, brochures, and share with the group who you are and what you are doing that is GREEN!
Link to FB event
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May 20th

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Shepherd University Intern, Carrie Arvin will present an overview of her research project to the Education working group. Her project concentrates on the Red Roc pig breeding program; its documentation and a correlation between breeding and behavior. Her presentation will take place at Creekside Farms of Jefferson County, 6 Winebrenner Rd. Shepherdstown.
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Sustainable Shepherdstown is in need of new folks to join our Steering Committee. We have had several members leave due to life changes, new directions, relocations, etc. We thank them for their generous time and help and wish them the best with their new endeavors.

However, that leaves a void on our Steering Committee. We are looking for some new energy. We meet once a month; the date and time is always a matter of consensus. Lately it has been on a Sunday afternoon, but that can certainly be changed.

If you have been thinking that you might like to get active with our group, perhaps to head up one of our working groups, help to schedule, organize, interact with other groups while representing Sustainable Shepherdstown, volunteer, or get more hands-on in terms of sustainability, now is the time to contact us.

Please send an email to esmithart30@gmail.com or contact one of our current Steering Committee Members. Thank you. ________________________________________________________________________

May 29th – Book Signing and Talk

from 6 to 8, FoScreenshot 2015-05-18 13.57.50ur Seasons Books will hold a talk and signing with Julie Castillo of Frederick Md. who has written a book entitled “Eat Local for Less:  The Ultimate Guide to Opting Out of Our Broken Industrial Food System.” Castillo makes a strong case and this would be a good book to pass along to your friends and relative who are skeptical about shopping at Farmers Markets.  She includes recipes in the book and we will have some free samples on hand!  Please put this on your calendars.
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Screenshot 2015-03-09 14.07.00All May – As always – Recycling at The LocalSource

Next
Sunday, June 14, 2-4:00 Sustainable Shepherdstown Steering Committee Meeting
Friday, June 26th, Next Pot Luck at the Train Station