Sustainable First Mondays!
February 4, 7:00-9:00pm, The
Commons, Bjune Drive
for another stimulating evening in our regular public forum series. In January (see below), with 60 people present, we screened the transportation segment of
the film, A Convenient Truth: Urban
Solutions from Curitiba, Brazil.
This month, by popular demand, we will
screen the final segments: recycling, affordable housing and open space. A Convenient Truth
focuses on innovations that transformed Curitiba into one of the most livable
cities in the world.
the film we will participate in a creative, brainstorming activity with
students from Bainbridge Graduate Institute who are working in partnership with
Sustainable Bainbridge to create a community inventory of sustainability
resources. We will also share general announcements, and end with Open Space (a great way for
participants to network, build relationships and organize projects).
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Van at 206.780.0276
The Bainbridge Island Land Trust Annual Meeting
Friday, February 1, 6:30-9:00pm, St. Cecilia's Conger Hall
Featured speaker Russell Link, author of "Landscaping for Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest" and
"Living with Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest". Includes potluck dinner, silent auction, and
presentation of the Phyllis Young Award to Dave and Alice Shorett.
Contact: 842-1216 or www.bi-landtrust.org
The Fundamentals of Sustainable Design & Construction
Saturday, February 9, 2:00-5:00 pm,
West Sound Academy, Poulsbo
presentation of sustainable residential design for those looking to redecorate,
remodel or build in an environmentally friendly manner. Presenters include
Molly Erin McCabe, A Kitchen That Works; Pam Worner, Green Dog Enterprises; and
Tim Taylor, Ecohaus. All proceeds go to fund educational programming for
students at West Sound Academy, a not-for profit independent school dedicated
to educating students in earth stewardship and social justice. A limited number of scholarships are available
Contact: Molly McCabe
at 206-780-1906 or molly@ akitchenthatworks.com or Amy Weber at 360-598-5954 or email@example.com.
Toby Hemenway, author,
Evening Presentation and Half-Day Workshop
How Permaculture Can Save Humanity and the Planet - but not Civilization: Saturday, February 16, 7:30pm,
Retro-fitting the suburbs: Permaculture food production & plant guilds: Sunday, February 17, 9:30am- 1:00pm, Bainbridge Commons
Admission for the Saturday talk is $10. The Sunday workshop fee is $30.
Contact: Chuck Estin at firstname.lastname@example.org