When: Thurs, Dec 7th, 6pm-8pm

Where: Mt Laurel Library 100 Walt Whitman Avenue, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054

Details:  Fun and Food for Free!  Enjoy light snacks from a delicious local restaurant, followed by a series of ‘lightning talks’.  The widely varied talks will feature hot topics and different aspects of sustainability. Continue the discussion afterwards and meet other novice and veteran sustainability enthusiasts. The event (and food and refreshments) are FREE. Registration is encouraged on Meetup or Facebook. Sponsored by Tri-County Sustainability Alliance, Sustainable Cherry Hill, Mt Laurel Library, and Mt Laurel Green Team.


6:00pm: Doors open, chat and snack.

6:30pm: Speakers

  1. Black Run Nature Preserve  An amazing resource right in your backyard. Hear about this unique open space by board member John Volpa
  2. Mt Laurel’s Jacob’s Chapel‘s Connection to the Underground Railroad. Learn about this incredible piece of history and ties to sustainability by Pastor Terrell Person
  3. Food Waste Composting. Reduce your foot print in Commercial and Residential settings by Robert Evangelista, Team Engineer, Rowan College at Burlington County.
  4. Audience “open mic” (share your passion, needs, questions, in one minute)

7:00pm: Open discussion on those topics or your own

8:00pm: Farewell