Brad Lancaster and speakers panel: Rainwater harvesting, river restoration

posted Monday, January 29, 2007        

Thursday, February 8, 2007
7:00 pmto9:00 pm

Thursday, February 8, 2007, 7 to 9 p.m., local author Brad Lancaster
and a panel of experienced water and food harvesters and solar energy
users will speak on rainwater harvesting, dryland river restoration,
reducing Tucson’s carbon footprint, and related issues at El Ojito
Springs Center for Creativity, 452 South Stone Avenue. Bioregional
foods, healthy snacks and beverages will be on sale through the El
Ojito snack bar. Live music: from 6 to 7 p.m., folk songs and
chamber music. All evening: Sustainable Tucson tables staffed by
knowledgeable volunteers welcome you to record your opinion on
sustainability issues. Persons of all ages welcome to offer
thoughtful solutions.

This civic event is the first in the Sustainable Tucson local author
series. Second local author event: Tom Greco and panel speak on
sustainable economy, February 22 at El Ojito Springs.

Green businesses interested in relocalization who wish to co-sponsor
these events, please contact Sustainable Tucson, (520) 664-3693.
Musicians interested in playing contact The Music Garden, 325-8752.



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