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*  Our Next Green Drinks *
*    January 28, 2015   *


Best wishes
for a Happy Holiday season from Sustainable Tallahassee!
We'll see you
in the New Year
on January 28th
at Green Drinks.


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Our 7th Year Celebration and Annual Meeting


Thanks to all who attended and made this event so special. 
Eric Draper, Director of Florida Audubon, was our featured speaker.  He gave a very compelling talk about the vulnerability of our state to environmental damage from overpopulation, development, and lack of enlightenment and political support for the significance of our state in being a habitat for wildlife. We elected new board members and had a bit of fun with the appearance of “Vanna Green” aka Rosa Morgan, who challenged our knowledge – and gave out prizes.  More details and pictures are HERE!

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Special Thanks to our 2014 Trash Dash Sponsors!

We have tremendous appreciation for our 2014 Trash Dash Sponsors whose donations make a significant impact in our ability to work toward making our community a model of sustainability. They are included here:

 

For photos and more about our 2014 Trash Dash, click HERE

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 Upcoming Events!

Join Us At The Alternative Christmas Market

Make your holiday gift giving more about heart and less about consumption!

The Alternative Christmas Market is a sustainable way to make gift giving meaningful to the giver, to the recipient, and to the non-profit organization that benefits from the donation.

For the third year, Sustainable Tallahassee’s Community Carbon Fund will be one of thirty non-profit organizations participating in the market.  Why make a gift donation in a loved one’s name to the Carbon Fund?  HERE's why.

The Alternative Christmas Market is Saturday Dec. 6 from 9-4 and Sunday Dec. 7 from 1-4, at the John Wesley United Methodist Church, 1689 Old St Augustine Road, Tallahassee.

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Click on an Event below or check our Calendar (above) for more!

December 20, 2014 8:00 AM • Register online or by phone; meet in the TCC parking lot
December 20, 2014 12:00 PM • Fifth Avenue Plaza (5th Avenue between Thomasville and North Gadsden), Tallahassee
December 25, 2014 • . . . with family or friends. . .
January 01, 2015 • Plan for a Sustainable Year in 2015

We want to include community sustainability events on our calendar!
Click HERE for details and email to: calendar@sustainabletallahassee.org 

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TAPP:  Environmental Crossroads for Wakulla Springs

Wakulla Springs is a North Florida treasure and one of the largest fresh water springs in the world. Protecting this precious natural resource is vital for future generations.  This video by the City of Tallahassee's TAPP (Think About Personal Pollution) program provides an excellent explanation and illustration of the water quality issues that must be resolved in order to restore the health of Wakulla Springs.


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Floridians’ Clean Water Declaration Campaign

Sustainable Tallahassee has signed the Floridians’ Clean Water Declaration because we value our waters and know that water is our state’s most precious - and most vulnerable - resource. 

  

The Floridians’ Clean Water Declaration Campaign is a . . .“collaborative effort driven by dozens of civic and environmental organizations from around the state. We are coming together to create a force for change – a change in the water policies of the state of Florida. By sharing ideas and resources across stakeholder lines and watersheds, we will be stronger – stronger together to command our right to clean water.”

Both organizations and individuals can sign the declaration.  Clean water is essential for our health, our environment, our economy, 
our children - for us all and our future.  For more information: http://www.wewantcleanwater.com/.


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