Upcoming Workshop: Sustainable Reuse

December 7, 2020

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Shared by Kim Bailey, Naturalist at Warner Park Nature Center

Buzzword for Good Reason 

Sustainability is a popular buzzword these days, and for good reason. With human population numbers reaching the planet’s carrying capacity, we all need to learn how to live with less waste and have a smaller carbon footprint. Join us Tuesday night (12/8) at 6 p.m. as Leah Sherry, Executive Director of Turnip Green Creative Reuse, explains why it is important to reduce our consumption of goods and how to effectively reuse what we already have. 

Holiday Hacks: Sustainability Style

Have you ever visited a landfill? What exactly happens when you throw something away? Be educated about the role you play in this important environmental issue.

Then be inspired to think creatively as Leah shares the many ways TGCR fosters creative reuse throughout the community, and demonstrates some fun ways to turn junk mail, magazines and other paper products into festive holiday cards and fabric scraps into gift wrap.

Sign up for Seminar

FYI Naturalist: Living Sustainably with Creative Reuse

Tuesday, December 8

6 p.m. on ZOOM.

This event is free and open to the community, though registration is required. Register here.

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Upcoming Workshop: Sustainable Reuse

December 7, 2020

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Shared by Kim Bailey, Naturalist at Warner Park Nature Center

Buzzword for Good Reason 

Sustainability is a popular buzzword these days, and for good reason. With human population numbers reaching the planet’s carrying capacity, we all need to learn how to live with less waste and have a smaller carbon footprint. Join us Tuesday night (12/8) at 6 p.m. as Leah Sherry, Executive Director of Turnip Green Creative Reuse, explains why it is important to reduce our consumption of goods and how to effectively reuse what we already have. 

Holiday Hacks: Sustainability Style

Have you ever visited a landfill? What exactly happens when you throw something away? Be educated about the role you play in this important environmental issue.

Then be inspired to think creatively as Leah shares the many ways TGCR fosters creative reuse throughout the community, and demonstrates some fun ways to turn junk mail, magazines and other paper products into festive holiday cards and fabric scraps into gift wrap.

Sign up for Seminar

FYI Naturalist: Living Sustainably with Creative Reuse

Tuesday, December 8

6 p.m. on ZOOM.

This event is free and open to the community, though registration is required. Register here.

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