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ENGAGE GREEN: COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE
Tuesday, April 7th from 6-7:30pm
Have you ever wondered just where your meats and vegetables come from, what kinds of pesticides and fertilizers are used, how the animals are treated? One option is to enroll in a CSA Program (Community Supported Agriculture) and speak one on one with the farmer about their farming practices, or support a local garden and do some of the farming yourself. Learn how with this month’s Engage Green!
Engage Green workshops are free, non- political, non-sales oriented interactive opportunities focused the health, well being, environmental and economic benefits of becoming environmentally engaged.
When Tuesday, April 7th from 6-7:30pm
Where Lipscomb University, EZELL HALL, RM 301
Deadline Day of event
Difficulty Social, educational, beginner friendly!
Children Policy Families are welcome!
Dog Policy Dogs are not permitted
Learn what makes CSA programs unique, especially here in Tennessee. We will hear from the following presenters:
Please feel free to make time at the end of the workshop to speak with the presenters and learn more about their own CSA programs.
About Engage Green
Engage Green is an initiative of Lightning 100’s Team Green to educate our listeners, Team Green members, and the general Nashville community about simple ways to make their lives greener. Engage Green will host (a) knowledgeable speaker(s) the first Tuesday of every month to cover information and how-to topics that can be easily transferred into our daily lives in an informal, casual setting.
Each presentation will be interactive and allow discussion throughout. Some topics may include recycling, composting, rain gardens, rain water run-off, local food options, energy saving options, green organization forums, green business economic analysis, and sustainable practices. The Engage Green workshops will be free, non political, non-sales oriented and will focus on the health, well being, environmental and economic benefits of reforming our personal habits in our personal environments in order to make a large impact through combined efforts. Each workshop will include a one hour presentation or demonstration followed by question/answer and time to engage with other participants.
No reservations needed. Open to the public.
Lipscomb university is located on Belmont Boulevard, south of Woodmont Boulevard. NOTE THE LOCATION CHANGE! This month’s event is at EZELL HALL, RM 301.
From the intersection of Belmont Blvd and Woodmont, head south on Belmont Blvd towards Lipscomb Campus. Ezell Hall is accessible from the second parking large parking lot before the baseball/softball field.
Past and Upcoming Events
October 2008- Rain Water Run Off
November 2008- Mayor’s Green Ribbon Committee
December 2008- Local Food/Composting
January 2009- What is Green Washing?
February 2009- Recycling in Davidson County
March 20009- Vegetable Gardening 101
Tentative Upcoming 2009 Schedule
May- Greening Your Commute (Bike Month)
June- Rain Water Harvesting and Green Roofs
July- Home Energy Audits and Green Tips
August- Hands on Composting
September- Sustainable Building Practices and Green Loans
October- How to Green your Work Space
December- Recycled & Reused Arts & Crafts Night
If you would like more information on Engage Green or would like to present at an upcoming workshop, please email Team Green
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