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Month: March 2016

Stream Clean-up – April 9th

Join the South Jersey Land and Water Trust and the Tri-County Sustainability Alliance for a clean-up along the Newton Creek in Camden. Help remove debris that can harm our waterways, and help install bollards to prevent future dumping. This is a perfect volunteer event or people of all ages and backgrounds. Grabbers, bags, and gloves will be provided. Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes.
When:  April 9th 10am-1pm
Where:  Meeting Location the intersection of Cushing Road and Republic Road, Camden.
Details:  To register please email Mike Hogan of the South Jersey Land and Water Trust. More information will be provided.

Sustainable Sips – March 31, 2016

Network with other local sustainability enthusiasts.  We will meet in a private room.  Each participant pays for their own food and beverages.  Event is free. No registration required.  Over 30 people came out for our first Sustainability Sips at Uno’s on February 18th.  We had a spacious room with a fireplace to ourselves and a dedicated waiter who promptly filled everyone’s food and drink orders.  Lou Manchello, Deputy Mayor of Maple Shade welcomed everyone and introduced his attending Maple Shade Green Team members. We hope that this event will be just as successful.

When:  March 31st 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Where:  Rack’s Pub & Grill at 2021 North Black Horse Pike, Williamstown, NJ 08094
Details:  The event is free.  You can come early or late.

Tapped – March 15th and March 16th

We have two showings of this award winning documentary movie which explores the health and environmental dangers of plastic water bottles with a searing, in-depth look at the toxic chemicals used to make the plastic, the exploitation of water sources, and the devastating health impact of water bottle consumption.  Participate in a taste test and discussion following movie.

March 15th at 6:30 – 8:30pm at the Mount Laurel bottled waterLibrary located at  100 Walt Whitman Ave, Mt Laurel NJ 08054.   The movie is free but we’d like you to register.

March 16th at 6:30-8:30pm at the Monroe Township Library located at 713 Marsha Ave, Williamstown NJ 08094.  The movie is free but we’d like you to register.

Local Solutions to Global Challenges – March 10

Explore this global challenge through the lens of local climate activists who will share their stories from Paris and how they are creating change back here at home. We’ll also have a special guest on hand to show how inner transformation can be a powerful way to change the world.

When: March 10th 7pm-9pm.  Doors open at 6:45pm.
Where:  Cherry Hill Public Library 1100 Kings Highway North Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
Details:  This event is free but registration is required. Register HERE.