Read up on alder candidate forums, town hall, and tree planting!
Hello EEC friends, community members, and environmental stewards! This newsletter includes our January monthly meeting summary as well as upcoming happenings; be sure to check out our events page to RSVP for our upcoming 2023 event opportunities! At the meeting we discussed, the alder candidate forums and town hall, with ways to get involved, tree planting within the community, which is still looking for locations. As well as, other general updates! We look forward to seeing you soon! Our monthly meetings take place at 6:30 PM every second Thursday of the month, they are all posted on Upcoming Events. Our next meeting will take place on February 9th! Conference Info: Meeting ID: 763 961 6511 https://us06web.zoom.us/j/7639616511 +13126266799,,7639616511# US
Passcode for Recording: p3r.@kzp
Discussed questions for Alder Candidate Election Environment Town Hall. RSVP and submit your questions here.
Tree planting 4/8, RSVP to volunteer and accepting new tree planting requests through February. Request a tree here.
Upcoming public orientation sessions on select Wednesdays from 4-5 PM. These are open to EEC, community partners in person or via Zoom. CARE Overview (Jan 25), Research Design (Feb 1), Mentor Mapping (Feb 8), Career Panel (Feb 15), Air Pollution Basics (Mar 22), Air Pollution Monitoring (Mar 29), PurpleAir Sensors (Apr 12), and Review and Summer Preparation (Apr 19). If a specific topic is of interest, let us know and we’ll send details to join.
Save the date: 3/25 CARE Field Trip
Meet Ethan, EEC's new intern here!
Our Upcoming Events
EEC Save the Dates, RSVP
Last Saturday of the month: Litter Free Edgewater Clean Up
CARE Field Trip: Sat. 3/25
Tree Planting: Sat 4/8 9am-1pm
Block Bins If you're looking to make your company more eco-friendly in 2023, look no further! Block Bins will be hosting a webinar about bringing composting to your business or organization, with two dates/times to choose from. Whether you're a restaurant, school, hair salon, nonprofit, small grocery store, office, farmers market, or something else, everyone can reduce their environmental impact through composting! Please check out the links below to register. DAYTIME SESSION- January 31st, 2 - 3 PM: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/composting-at-your-business-or-organization-daytime-session-tickets-500915219907 EVENING SESSION- February 1st, 6:30 - 7:30 PM: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/composting-at-your-business-or-organization-evening-session-tickets-499851026877
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