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*    January 28, 2015   *

“In nature there are neither rewards nor punishments -- there are consequences."

-- Robert Ingersoll, American orator and political leader


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Join Us at a Rally for Clean Water on February 18


Sustainable Tallahassee will be among many groups from around the state who will participate in a February 18 rally for clean water organized by the Floridians' Clean Water Declaration Campaign  and the Florida's Water and Land Legacy/Amendment 1 team. This is a crucial time to send a message to our state legislators that they are accountable to implement Amendment 1 in a responsible way that accomplishes the environmental and resource protections voters expect. Please join us on February 18 at the Capitol. Mark your calendar now, and look for more details in the February issue of Good Green News.

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Green Drinks is Wednesday, January 28

This month we have the opportunity to learn about the new Sustainability Institute at Florida A&M University.  For more about this topic and about Green Drinks’ location and time, click HERE. 

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 Upcoming Events!

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

January 29, 2015 6:30 PM • Wakulla County Extension, 84 Cedar Avenue, Crawfordville
January 29, 2015 7:00 PM • William Johnston Building (WJB), Room 2004, 143 Honors Way, Florida State University
January 29, 2015 7:00 PM • Offered at: Leon County Extension Service and Jefferson County Extension Service
January 31, 2015 • UF/IFAS Leon County Extension Office, 610 Paul Russell Road
January 31, 2015 10:00 AM • Just Fruits and Exotics Nursery, 30 Saint Frances St. Crawfordville FL

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

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Welcome to New Sustainable Tallahassee Board Members

We are excited to start off 2015 with an enthusiastic and talented group of new board members. Please look for them at Green Drinks and other ST events, and introduce yourself:

Anne Harvey, Attorney, Marine Science Researcher
Carly Sinnadurai, Executive Director, The Sharing Tree
Fabio Vargas, Consultant, CEO, EBike and Energy Sharing Solutions
John Leeds, Senior Management Analyst, Florida Office of Energy
Leighanne Boone, Associate Attorney, Law Office of William Wohlsifer
Lori Medders, Ph.D., FSU Research Faculty, Florida Catastrophic Storm Risk Management Center
Matt DeStefano, Research & Marketing Specialist, FSU's Institute for Applied Business Research
Matt Kopka, Ph.D., Interdisciplinary Ecology, Writer, Teacher, Consultant
Yvonne Gsteiger, Environmental Law Attorney, Florida Legislature, Bill Drafting

You can find a complete list of all our board members HERE.

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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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