Hello all you tree huggers, movers, &
shakers of the SLU campus:
Meet some new friends and smile lots
while making the scarlet and brown just a little
more green. Hop on your bike, ditch your homework, and head down to the lovely
room in Sykes this Wednesday at 8, and remember: Just because the Sykes lounge
is fancy, doesn't mean you have to be!
Purpose: To advocate for the use of better, cheaper, healthier, safer, people powered transportation.
Ride: 5 miles from the town center/village park to the Local Living Festival. Admission is free for riders of non-fossil powered transportation, so this is a no cost event unless you want to buy a hot dog. We will ride down east main to 68 to the extension farm. There will be food made available to buy before the bike ride. The bike ride starts at 12:30.
The Festival is a grassroots celebration of all things local -- rural life skills, small-scale agriculture, green building and renewable energy.
There will be speakers and small workshops where anyone in the community can learn to be more sustainable at the community level.
Join a subgroup of EAO for an information meeting about attending New York
Powershift October 21-23 in Albany, New York.
Powershift is an environmental conference with the goal of teaching youth about
activism to end environmental problems, specifically
environmental issues in New York. This conference includes educational
workshops and influential speakers driven to empower youth.