The RE Garden is up and running thanks to the energetic students and volunteers at 11 a.m. The earthworms and centipedes are wriggling through the freshly prepared soil to the delight of the children who discovered them. Peas, potatoes and greens have been planted, rows marked and a tee pee built for lots of pole beans to grow on. If you would like to volunteer at the sessions or during the week in the summer contact Vicki at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ruth at email@example.com.
We, the Sustainable Living Committee, would like to help the UU community fine local food sources and have some ideas to share with you. Come to our table at Connections Sunday on April 28th and you will find a list of local farmer’s markets and information about a neighborhood food co-op. You can find more about the food co-op at www.sowfreshorganics.com. Make the fall potlucks a local affair!
There is a lot happening locally, statewide and nationally on the Climate Change front. Watch the weekly E-Blast for our monthly movie choice, tentatively scheduled for Friday May 31st..
The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters is holding a series of Community Forums on Transportation that address how transportation affects quality of life, the economy and the environment. There is one being held April 29th at 6:30 p.m. at The Gallery, 141 New London Tpke, in Glastonbury. More information is available at www.ctlcv.org or call 860 236-5442.
The Sustainable Living Committee meets at UUS:E on the second Tuesdays of each month, Please join us at 7:00 pm. For more information about the Sustainable Living Committee, Green Sanctuary, or anything in this article, contact the office at 860-646-5151 or firstname.lastname@example.org.