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    • June 29, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage, on the grounds of Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road, Tallahassee. Enter from John Knox Road, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    • The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.


    • July 01, 2017
    • 8:00 AM
    • The Pavilion at Market Square Center on Timberlane Road, Tallahassee

    The Market Square Farmer's Market
    is every Saturday morning!

    Enjoy local and organic food from these favorite local farms that regularly sell at the Pavilion at Market Square Center:  

    • Orchard Pond Organics (certified organic produce, honey, grass fed beef, and pork)
    • Turkey Hill Farms (organic produce, vegetable transplants, and cane syrup)
    • Full Earth Farms (organic produce and vegetable transplants)
    • Serenity Acres (biweekly only) (Organic goat products, such as cheese, milk, yogurt, and soaps)
    • Moore Pigs (pasture raised pork products)
    • Bumpy Road Farms (heirloom and non GMO cornmeal, polenta, and grits)
    • St. Andrews Bay Cheese (Locally made cheeses)
    • Smith Family Dairy Farm (Honey and goat cheese)
    • KBH Farms (grass fed beef and pecans)
    • Blue Ridge Farm Hydroponics (varieties of lettuce and other greens)
    • Longview Farms - (Pasture raised chicken, eggs, and beef from Havana, FL)
    • Ragged Glory - (Local, seasonal veggies and eggs)
    • Quarter Acre Farm - (Certified naturally grown local flowers)
    • New Greens Organiks - (Local, seasonal veggies, greens, herbs, and eggs)
    • Ripe City Farm- (Local, seasonal veggies, and greens)
    • Play of Sunlight-(Locally grown mushrooms
    • Berry Good Farm - (Locally grown blueberries) 

    If you have questions about which stands are by local farms and others that are food resellers, stop by the Orchard Pond Organics stand to inquire.

    Every Saturday morning from 8 AM to about 12:30 PM.

    For more information:  Dylan Imlah, Orchard Farm Organics at dylan.imlah@gmail.com.


    • July 01, 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • 524 North Martin Luther King Blvd, at the corner of MLK Jr. Blvd and W. Georgia Street in Tallahassee

    Visit and support the Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

    This is a gem for our community and it needs our support and patronage to make it successful!

    You’ll find locally grown produce and locally made ice cream, honey, jewelry, crafts, sometimes music - and more!

    The Frenchtown Farmers Market is growing efforts to make local, sustainable foods more widely available.  The Market is a project of the Frenchtown Neighborhood Improvement Association, a non-profit organization working to grow the Frenchtown community.  

    SNAP & WIC Welcome - With double SNAP Benefits!

    Learn more about the Frenchtown Heritage Market in this video:  http://www.tallahassee.com/videos/entertainment/2016/08/27/89395678/

    Contact the Market at 850-270-3573 or frenchtownmarketplace@gmail.com.

    • July 05, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • July 06, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage, on the grounds of Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road, Tallahassee. Enter from John Knox Road, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    • The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.


    • July 10, 2017
    • 1834 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee

    Energy Camp is an annual summer day camp devoted to giving children hands-on opportunities to learn about many aspects of energy - all in a fun environment.  It’s for rising 3rd – 6th graders.

          Session I: July 10-14
          Session II: July 24-28

    Find out more about Energy Camp, available scholarships, and to sign-up here: http://www.rethinkenergyflorida.org/energy_camp

    • July 12, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • July 13, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage, on the grounds of Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road, Tallahassee. Enter from John Knox Road, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    • The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.


    • July 15, 2017
    • 2:00 PM
    • LeRoy Collins Leon County Main Library, Program Room A, 200 W. Park Ave.

    Tessa Schreiner with Leon County’s Office of Sustainability will explore what sustainability means and what steps we can take to create a sustainable future for our environment, local economy, and community.

    This is one of Leon County’s three-part adult summer program series featuring home improvement, sustainability, and safety workshops at the LeRoy Collins Leon County Main Library.

    As part of the “Build a Better World” summer reading program, this series will teach library patrons how to improve their lives at home with lessons from local gardening, sustainability and home safety experts. The series includes:

    • “Build a Better Backyard” on June 17
    • “Build a Greener World: Everyday Sustainability” on July 15 - today
    • “Build a Safer World” on July 29

    These events are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

    For more information, contact Michelle Ray, Adult Services Coordinator, LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library, at (850) 606-2617 / RayM@LeonCountyFL.gov or Mathieu Cavell, Leon County Community and Media Relations, at (850) 606-5300 / cmr@LeonCountyFL.gov .

    • July 19, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • July 20, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage, on the grounds of Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road, Tallahassee. Enter from John Knox Road, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    • The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.


    • July 24, 2017
    • 1834 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee

    Energy Camp is an annual summer day camp devoted to giving children hands-on opportunities to learn about many aspects of energy - all in a fun environment.  It’s for rising 3rd – 6th graders.

          Session I: July 10-14
          Session II: July 24-28

    Find out more about Energy Camp, available scholarships, and to sign-up here: http://www.rethinkenergyflorida.org/energy_camp

    • July 26, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • July 27, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage, on the grounds of Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road, Tallahassee. Enter from John Knox Road, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    • The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.


    • July 29, 2017
    • 1:00 PM
    • LeRoy Collins Leon County Main Library, Program Room A, 200 W. Park Ave.

    Join Nicole King, American Red Cross Disaster Program Manager, to learn how to create a safety plan for yourself and your family during a disaster. Those who attend will be entered to win a weather radio.

    This is one of Leon County’s three-part adult summer program series featuring home improvement, sustainability, and safety workshops at the LeRoy Collins Leon County Main Library.

    As part of the “Build a Better World” summer reading program, this series will teach library patrons how to improve their lives at home with lessons from local gardening, sustainability and home safety experts.

    • “Build a Better Backyard” on June 17
    • “Build a Greener World: Everyday Sustainability” on July 15
    • “Build a Safer World” on July 29 - today

    These events are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

    For more information, contact Michelle Ray, Adult Services Coordinator, LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library, at (850) 606-2617 / RayM@LeonCountyFL.gov or Mathieu Cavell, Leon County Community and Media Relations, at (850) 606-5300 / cmr@LeonCountyFL.gov .


    • July 31, 2017
    • 5:30 PM
    • GrassLands Brewery, 603 West Gaines Street, Tallahassee

     Join Us at Green Drinks!  

    Our program topic is "Growing: The Sharing Tree & Back to School."

    Carly Sinnadurai, Executive Director of The Sharing Tree, will update us on The Sharing Tree and how teachers, children, and the general public can find creativity and innovation with re-use arts.

    Learn about the Sharing Tree at www.thesharingtreefl.org

    Green Drinks gatherings combine
    an opportunity for conversation,
    meeting others interested in sustainability,
    and hearing an interesting speaker
    on a sustainability topic.

    Where is GrassLands Brewery?

    It’s on Gaines Street, in the block just west of Railroad Avenue, across from the Marriott Residence Inn building. There is ample off-street parking at Grasslands.

    www.grasslandsbrewery.com

    • August 02, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • August 03, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • August 09, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • August 10, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • August 16, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • August 17, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • August 23, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • August 24, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • August 30, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • August 31, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • September 06, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • September 07, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • September 13, 2017
    • Four Points by Sheraton Hotel, Tennessee Street, Tallahassee

    The Florida Association of Environmental Professionals is holding its state conference in Tallahassee September 13-15, 2017.  It will be hosted by the Tallahassee Chapter of the FAEP. 

    Here are the topics for this year's conference:

    • Restoration Ecology
    • Environmental Regulations in Florida
    • Brownfields
    • Remediation Institutional Controls
    • Resiliency Planning
    • Stormwater Management
    • Imperiled Species
    • Emerging Technologies
    • Surveying and Mapping Techniques

    For more information and to register:  http://www.faep-fl.org/

    Florida Association Of Environmental Professionals, P.O. Box 7416, St. Petersburg, FL 33734-7416, info@faep-fl.org


    • September 13, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • September 14, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • September 20, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • September 21, 2017
    • September 22, 2017
    • Orlando FL, more details online

    The focus of the 2017 Energy Water Food Nexus summit will be
    Global Access to Safe Water.

    Access to safe drinking water remains one of the biggest challenges facing the global community. The United Nations’ sustainable development efforts estimate that more than 1.5 billion people lack safe drinking water and over 2.5 billion lack access to adequate sanitation. This problem is not restricted to developing countries of the world; it is also a rural America problem as in Flint, Michigan, and as in many other rural communities in America that still depend on unregulated private wells and contaminated surface water for their water needs.

    The Energy Water Food Nexus (EWFN) is a biennial International Summit hosted by Florida A&M University. The 2017 Summit is co-hosted by the City of Orlando and will be held on Thursday and Friday, September 21 and 22, 2017, with a Pre-Summit Reception occurring on Wednesday September 20. 

    Learn more at www.famu.edu/nexus and register at http://www.cvent.com/d/2vqm67.

    Victor Ibeanusi, Ph.D., Summit Chair
    Dean, School of the Environment
    Florida A&M University
    850-599-3550
    www.famu.edu/soe
    www.facebook.com/famuenvironmental


    • September 21, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • September 27, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • September 28, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • October 04, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • October 05, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • October 11, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • October 12, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • October 14, 2017
    • Various locations

    This year is the 10th annual Farm Tour, and the second year to be coordinated by Millstone Plantation Tallahassee.

    It's over a whole weekend - October 14 & 15, 2017.

    https://www.facebook.com/Farm-Tour-2017-10-annual-240836422986491/

    For questions or to get involved:  millstonefarmtour@gmail.com


    • October 15, 2017
    • Various locations

    This year is the 10th annual Farm Tour, and the second year to be coordinated by Millstone Plantation Tallahassee.

    It's over a whole weekend - October 14 & 15, 2017.

    https://www.facebook.com/Farm-Tour-2017-10-annual-240836422986491/

    For questions or to get involved:  millstonefarmtour@gmail.com


    • October 18, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • October 19, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • October 25, 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Every Wednesday, Noon to dusk - Rain or shine, at beautiful Lake Ella, 229 Lake Ella Drive, Tallahassee
    The Growers' Market . . . Uniquely Organic
    Every Wednesday, Noon to Dusk - Rain or Shine!

    Enjoy healthy,  delicious . . .  direct from your local small farmers:

    Fresh Local organically grown veggies, and fruits, delicious local honey, cheeses, berries, lettuces, garlic, peas.....  

    Also wonderful falafel, delicious gourmet breads, gluten free brownies and cookies, fresh herbs, grass-fed meats, hot pepper sauces, preserves, mustard, local granola, pesto,  pickled carrots, plants for planting, right flowers, hand-made soaps, loofahs, and more . . .

    New CSAs - Accepting SNAP EBT

    Know your Farmer, know your Food!

    We are your local small farmers from Leon, Wakulla, Jefferson, Gadsden and Thomas Counties. We use organic methods to grow our produce and harvest fresh each market day to bring the very best from our farm to you. 

    Support your local small farmers.  Come out and taste the difference. 

    The Growers Market is brought to you by
    the FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs.

    For additional information about this and other sustainable development efforts, please contact:  Jennifer Taylor, FAMU StateWide Small farm Programs-CE, Jennifer.Taylor@famu.edu

    While you’re there,
    have a coffee or cool drink
     at the Black Dog Café,
    a locally owned enterprise
    that practices sustainability,
    and enjoy your drink on the deck
    overlooking the market and the lake.


    • October 26, 2017
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Manna Cottage at Faith Presbyterian Church, corner of Meridian and John Knox, Tallahassee

    Come and join us to make reusable shopping bags!
    No sewing experience necessary!

    Help our Sustainable Tallahassee Rags 2 Bags Team save our world - one bag at a time!

    We invite you to join us for good company and the chance to become part of the fun and funky reusable bag movement. 
    If you're a novice, we'll teach you how to sew a basic fabric bag with braided handles (the hallmark of these bags). 
    If you're an experienced sewer you can jump right into bag production.

    The bags are made from donated fabric, and the completed bags are given away to encourage recipients to give up single-use plastic bags.  Why?

    To reduce the use of fossil fuels!
    To reduce plastic bag injuries for marine life!
    To keep trash out of our environment!

    When? Every Thursday afternoon, from 1 pm to 4 pm (except holidays).

    Your help in donating bag-appropriate fabric – and old sewing machines - will be appreciated. Drop off locations are:

    •  The Community Thrift Market (North Monroe across from Brueggers Bagels)
    • The Sharing Tree, 218 East 3rd Avenue
    • LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts, 125 North Gadsden Street
    • First Presbyterian Church office, 110 North Adams Street
    • Faith Presbyterian Church office, corner of John Knox and Meridian Road

    Donations that are dropped off should be clearly designated as being for R2B to avoid being mixed in with other donations being given to these entities.

    For questions, Peggy Stanford, Sustainable Tallahassee board member and chair of our Rags 2 Bags Team:  peggysanford1981@gmail.com.

    Directions to Manna Cottage: Faith Presbyterian Church is at the corner of John Knox and Meridian Road. Enter from John Knox, follow signs to the church office. The cottage is right across from the church office.

    • October 28, 2017
    • 9:00 AM
    • Leon County Apalachee Regional Park, 7550 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee

    This year is our 7th annual Trash Dash 5K Cross Country Race!  
    And this year it's a Grand Prix race!

    So Save the Date and Plan to Join us!  
    More details to come.

    • October 28, 2017
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Kleman Plaza, downtown Tallahassee

    Enjoy a day with science! 

    Expect to see 115 exhibits with participants from all of the colleges in Tallahassee, many local scientific clubs and societies and presenters coming from as far away as Pensacola, Gainesville and Tampa.

    This will be a wonderful, free, opportunity for children of all ages to explore science the way it should be –  A Hands On Experience.

    More information:  Bill Grace, bill@tallahasseesciencefestival.com



Past events

June 28, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
June 26, 2017 June's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee - DIFFERENT LOCATION THIS MONTH!
June 24, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
June 24, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
June 22, 2017 Making Reusable Bags with Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags2Bags Team
June 22, 2017 Whole Foods “Share Day” for Red Hills Small Farm Alliance
June 21, 2017 Florida Forever Advocacy: A Game Plan for 2018 – Free Webinar
June 21, 2017 "Rise Above Plastics" - ReThink Energy Florida’s Lunch & Learn
June 21, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
June 17, 2017 “Build a Better Backyard”
June 17, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
June 17, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
June 15, 2017 Making Reusable Bags with Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags2Bags Team
June 15, 2017 "Dump the Pump": Ride the Bus Free Today!
June 14, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
June 13, 2017 Blueprint Intergovernmental Agency Governing Council (all City and County Commissioners) will review the proposed Comprehensive Wastewater Treatment Facilities Plan
June 11, 2017 Tomato Feastival 2017
June 10, 2017 ReThink Energy Florida’s Energy Ball
June 10, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
June 10, 2017 LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts - Donation Drop-Off Day
June 10, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
June 08, 2017 Making Reusable Bags with Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags2Bags Team
June 07, 2017 Sustainable Tallahassee’s "Three Rs Committee" meeting: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - You are invited!
June 07, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
June 06, 2017 Leon County Water Resources Committee Meeting
June 03, 2017 2017 Spring Farm Fest Agri-Showcase
June 03, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
June 03, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
June 02, 2017 Farm Your Backyard – Summer Day Camp: Registration Deadline is Today!
June 01, 2017 Making Reusable Bags with Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags2Bags Team
May 31, 2017 Leon County Presents: Are You Prepared for the Next Disaster? You Can Be!
May 31, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
May 30, 2017 City of Tallahassee's Solar Farm Groundbreaking Event!
May 29, 2017 May's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
May 27, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
May 27, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
May 25, 2017 Making Reusable Bags with Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags2Bags Team
May 24, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
May 23, 2017 Film Screening: "The Future of Energy: Lateral Power to the People"
May 22, 2017 Leon County Open House: Development Support and Environmental Management (DSEM)
May 20, 2017 Hands Across the Sand Rally - to Oppose Offshore Drilling and Champion Clean Energy
May 20, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
May 20, 2017 MAKE YOUR YARD FLORIDA FRIENDLY: Sustainable Solutions for Yards & Gardens
May 20, 2017 Exploring the Ecology of the Big Bend
May 20, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
May 19, 2017 Breakfast On The Chain
May 18, 2017 Making Reusable Bags with Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags2Bags Team
May 17, 2017 Tallahassee Scientific Society Horizons 2017: Sea Level Rise and Climate Change
May 17, 2017 ReThink Energy Florida – Lunch & Learn: “Working Together to Prevent Water Pollution”
May 17, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
May 16, 2017 A Food-Print of a Human: Will our planet be able to feed its growing population?
May 13, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
May 13, 2017 Leon County Extension Spring Open House
May 13, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
May 11, 2017 Big Bend Sierra Club: “A North Florida Cracker’s View on Conservation”
May 11, 2017 Making Reusable Bags with Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags2Bags Team
May 10, 2017 Bard Center National Climate Call-in Seminar
May 10, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
May 09, 2017 Apalachee Chapter of the Florida Trail Association: "The Triple Crown of American Hiking Trails."
May 08, 2017 History Reimagined at Next Leon County Lecture Series: “Thomas DeSaille Tucker and His Radical Approach to Black Higher Education”
May 06, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
May 06, 2017 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day
May 06, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
May 04, 2017 Making Reusable Bags with Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags2Bags Team
May 03, 2017 Sustainable Tallahassee's Three Rs Committee: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
May 03, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
May 02, 2017 So You Want to be a Farmer? Workshop Series
May 01, 2017 Leon County Water Resources Committee Meeting
April 29, 2017 Peoples’ Climate March 2017 in Miami!
April 29, 2017 People’s Climate Rally in Tallahassee!
April 29, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
April 29, 2017 Greenway Day 2017
April 29, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
April 29, 2017 People’s Climate March 2017 in Orlando!
April 29, 2017 People’s Climate March 2017 in Washington, DC
April 27, 2017 Tallahassee Scientific Society Horizons 2017: Middens, Mounds, and Mortuary Cults: The Archaeology of the Byrd Hammock Site
April 26, 2017 Bard Center National Climate Call-in Seminar
April 26, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
April 24, 2017 April's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
April 22, 2017 Tallahassee March for Science - part of a nationwide effort!
April 22, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
April 22, 2017 6th Annual Beekeeping in the Panhandle Workshop and Trade Show: Day 2
April 22, 2017 Second Annual Jubilee Jamboree
April 22, 2017 Earth Day – Healthy Communities Festival
April 22, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
April 22, 2017 New Leaf Market Co-op “Share Day” for Sustainable Tallahassee
April 21, 2017 6th Annual Beekeeping in the Panhandle Workshop and Trade Show: Day 1
April 21, 2017 Breakfast on the Chain
April 19, 2017 ReThink Energy Florida presents “Climate Reality”
April 19, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
April 16, 2017 LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival
April 15, 2017 LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival
April 15, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
April 15, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
April 14, 2017 Green Volunteers: Training for Chain of Parks Art Festival
April 13, 2017 Spring 2017 Garden Educator Training Series
April 13, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
April 12, 2017 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter Meeting
April 12, 2017 Green Volunteers: Training for Chain of Parks Art Festival
April 12, 2017 Florida’s Constitutional Revision Commission – Public Hearing
April 12, 2017 Bard Center National Climate Call-in Seminar
April 12, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
April 09, 2017 Friends of Lake Jackson Annual Meeting & Mixer
April 08, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
April 08, 2017 Lake Henrietta Trash Cleanup Event – by Sustainable Tallahassee
April 08, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
April 07, 2017 Food Recovery 101: A Community Workshop
April 07, 2017 Master Naturalist Coastal Systems Course
April 06, 2017 Native Plant Society, Magnolia Chapter - Monthly Meeting
April 06, 2017 Preserving Eden: Clyde Butcher's Florida Photographs
April 06, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
April 05, 2017 Sustainable Tallahassee's Three Rs Meeting
April 05, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
April 04, 2017 So You Want to be a Farmer? Workshop Series
April 03, 2017 A Magnetic Presentation Sure to Attract – Leon County Library Lecture Series
April 01, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
April 01, 2017 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day
April 01, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
March 31, 2017 The Patel College of Global Sustainability Open House
March 30, 2017 Community Gardening Training Series
March 30, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
March 30, 2017 Reducing and Recovering Wasted Food in Schools – Lessons from the Cafeteria Line! – Free Webinar
March 29, 2017 Bard Center National Climate Call-in Seminar
March 29, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
March 28, 2017 Sustainable Tallahassee's Renewal Energy Advocates Monthly Meeting
March 27, 2017 March's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
March 26, 2017 The Tallahassee Time Bank - Monthly Potluck Gathering
March 26, 2017 “Solar Comes to Tallahassee in a Big Way”
March 25, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
March 25, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
March 24, 2017 “Solar PV: Is it for me? Become an educated consumer”
March 24, 2017 Breakfast on the Chain
March 23, 2017 Tallahassee Scientific Society Horizons 2017: Let it Rain and Snow: Global Precipitation Measurement for Science and Society
March 23, 2017 Community Gardening Training Series
March 23, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
March 22, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
March 22, 2017 Is There a Solution to Wastewater Pollution?
March 22, 2017 Rally – RECLAIMING FLORIDA'S FUTURE FOR ALL!
March 22, 2017 RECLAIMING FLORIDA'S FUTURE – Advocacy Day at the Florida Capitol
March 21, 2017 Policy Pub: Does Public Health Policy Value Women and Children Enough?
March 20, 2017 Catching the Sun – Movie Screening - Two Screenings!
March 18, 2017 North Florida VegFest
March 18, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
March 18, 2017 “Pathways to Power: Personal and Political Avenues To Successful Climate Action”
March 18, 2017 Leon County Spring Home Expo
March 18, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
March 16, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
March 15, 2017 Tallahassee Citizens Climate Lobby monthly meeting
March 15, 2017 Spring Backyard Gardening Series - Session 2
March 15, 2017 "Spring Into Action: Reclaiming Florida's Future Advocacy Training" – Lunch & Learn by ReThink Energy Florida
March 15, 2017 Bard Center National Climate Call-in Seminar
March 15, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
March 11, 2017 Garden Art: Upcycle Outside – at The Sharing Tree
March 11, 2017 The Grove Museum - Grand Opening
March 11, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
March 11, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
March 09, 2017 Spring 2017 Garden Educator Training Series
March 08, 2017 Spring Backyard Gardening Series - Session 1
March 08, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
March 07, 2017 So You Want to be a Farmer? Workshop Series
March 06, 2017 The Leon County Water Resources Committee- March monthly meeting
March 04, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
March 04, 2017 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day
March 04, 2017 The Market Square Farmer’s Market
March 04, 2017 Keep Tallahassee Beautiful – Super Clean Sweep
March 02, 2017 Native Plant Society, Magnolia Chapter - Monthly Meeting
March 02, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
March 01, 2017 Sustainable Tallahassee’s Three Rs Committee Meeting: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
March 01, 2017 Bard Center National Climate Call-in Seminar
March 01, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
February 27, 2017 February's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
February 25, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
February 24, 2017 Next South conference & career planning expo for students and young professionals
February 23, 2017 Tallahassee Scientific Society Horizons 2017: Diamonds in the Rough - Natural History of the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake
February 23, 2017 Pruning Workshop – Evening Workshop
February 23, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
February 23, 2017 Pruning Workshop – Morning Workshop
February 22, 2017 League of Women Voters – February Hot Topic Dinner
February 22, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
February 21, 2017 Spring Gardening and Nutrition Workshop
February 21, 2017 Policy Pub: Going Under? Sea Level Rise and What We’re Doing About It
February 21, 2017 Canning Class With Demonstration
February 20, 2017 Sustainable Tallahassee’s Community Carbon benefit by Four Points by Sheraton Hotel
February 19, 2017 Red Hills Fire Festival
February 18, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
February 18, 2017 Leon County SUSTAINABLE COMMIUNITIES SUMMIT 2017: Exploring Our Backyard
February 16, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
February 15, 2017 How do we speed up the transition to clean energy? Citizens Climate Lobby, Tallahassee Chapter February meeting
February 15, 2017 "Troubled Waters": Tallahassee Screening and Panel Discussion
February 15, 2017 Implementing Water 2070: Water Conservation Planning for Florida Communities – by 1000 Friends of Florida - Free Webinar
February 15, 2017 "Advocacy for Everyone - Bring your People Powered Movement to the Florida Legislature"
February 15, 2017 Bard Center National Climate Call-in Seminar
February 15, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
February 11, 2017 Frenchtown Heritage Farmers Market - every Saturday!
February 11, 2017 Bike Tour of Downtown Bike Routes
February 10, 2017 Cinema Verde International Environmental Film and Arts Festival - Feb 9 through 12
February 09, 2017 Spring 2017 Garden Educator Training Series
February 09, 2017 Collards and Cornbread Gathering - by Tallahassee Food Network
February 09, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
February 08, 2017 Spring Gardening and Nutrition Workshop
February 08, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
February 07, 2017 So You Want to be a Farmer? Workshop Series
February 04, 2017 Spring Seed Library Kickoff
February 04, 2017 Regional Energy Whiz Olympics – by ReThink Energy Florida
February 04, 2017 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day
February 02, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
February 01, 2017 Bard Center National Climate Call-in Seminar
February 01, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
January 30, 2017 January's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
January 27, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
January 26, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
January 25, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
January 24, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
January 22, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
January 21, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
January 19, 2017 "Florida's Grandest State Parks: Values and Threats"
January 19, 2017 Legislative Delegation Meeting
January 19, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
January 19, 2017 2017 Master Gardener Program, Wakulla County
January 18, 2017 Tallahassee Citizens' Climate Lobby
January 18, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
January 18, 2017 2017 Florida Legislative Preview – by 1000 Friends of Florida - Free Webinar
January 18, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
January 18, 2017 Lunch and Learn – by ReThink Energy FLorida
January 17, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
January 13, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
January 12, 2017 The Sharing Tree’s “Re-Invention Party”: You Are Invited!
January 12, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
January 11, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
January 11, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
January 10, 2017 The Leon County Water Resources Committee monthly meeting
January 10, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
January 07, 2017 Frenchtown Farmers Market
January 07, 2017 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day
January 06, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
January 05, 2017 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
January 04, 2017 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
January 03, 2017 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
December 31, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
December 30, 2016 Volunteers Need – Pack Veggie Seeds for the Library!
December 24, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
December 22, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
December 21, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
December 17, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
December 15, 2016 Garden Educator Training Series - Class 4
December 15, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
December 14, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
December 14, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
December 11, 2016 Green Holiday Shopping Extravaganza
December 10, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
December 08, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
December 07, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
December 04, 2016 Alternative Christmas Market and our Community Carbon Fund
December 03, 2016 Alternative Christmas Market and our Community Carbon Fund
December 03, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
December 03, 2016 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day
December 01, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
November 30, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
November 29, 2016 Today is "Giving Tuesday"
November 28, 2016 November's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
November 26, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
November 23, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
November 21, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate - last class date
November 19, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
November 17, 2016 Garden Educator Training Series - Class 3
November 17, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
November 16, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
November 16, 2016 Rain Barrel Installation Workshop - Evening Workshop
November 16, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
November 16, 2016 League of Women Voters Luncheon Meeting: Economic Development
November 16, 2016 Rain Barrel Installation Workshop - Morning Workshop
November 14, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate
November 12, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
November 12, 2016 Beach Exploration: Tracks, Signs and Critters of the Forgotten Coast
November 12, 2016 ENERGY RUN 2016, by ReThink Energy Florida
November 10, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee's 9th Year Celebration and Annual Meeting
November 10, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
November 09, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
November 07, 2016 Leon County Water Resources Committee – Monthly Meeting
November 07, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate
November 05, 2016 Explore the Black Backwaters of Tate’s Hell Swamp
November 05, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
November 05, 2016 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day
November 03, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
November 02, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
October 31, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate
October 31, 2016 October's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
October 30, 2016 Seven Days of Local Delights - Day 7 - Burger Bash Dinner Finale
October 29, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
October 29, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee’s 6th Annual Trash Dash 5K Run and One Mile Family Fun Run/Walk
October 29, 2016 Seven Days of Local Delights - Day 6
October 28, 2016 Seven Days of Local Delights - Day 5
October 27, 2016 Live Art Showdown – by The Sharing Tree
October 27, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
October 27, 2016 Seven Days of Local Delights - Day 4
October 26, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
October 26, 2016 Seven Days of Local Delights - Day 3
October 25, 2016 Seven Days of Local Delights - Day 2
October 24, 2016 "Facing the Surge" -- a free documentary film by Adaptation Now
October 24, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate
October 24, 2016 Seven Days of Local Delights - Day 1
October 23, 2016 2016 Farm Tour
October 22, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
October 22, 2016 2016 Farm Tour
October 21, 2016 Panhandle Outdoors Live! Apalachicola River and Bay Water School
October 20, 2016 Garden Educator Training Series - Class 2
October 20, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
October 19, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
October 19, 2016 Last Date to Apply for Sustainable Tallahassee’s Board of Directors
October 18, 2016 Join a Blue Zones Group & Add Years to Your Life!
October 18, 2016 Southeastern Chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration (SER): Workshop, Annual Symposium, and Membership Meeting
October 17, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate
October 17, 2016 Join a Blue Zones Group & Add Years to Your Life!
October 15, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
October 15, 2016 Bioswale Clean-up at Lafayette Oaks
October 14, 2016 Register by today to Join a Blue Zones Group & Add Years to Your Life!
October 14, 2016 Southern Energy Freedom Tour
October 13, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
October 13, 2016 Gardening for Pollinator Conservation
October 12, 2016 Cross County & Trail Running Seminar – Getting Geared up for our Trash Dash 5K!
October 12, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
October 12, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
October 11, 2016 Panhandle Fruit and Vegetable Conference
October 10, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate
October 09, 2016 Our Water, Our Future
October 08, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
October 06, 2016 Local Candidates' Forum
October 06, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
October 05, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
October 05, 2016 Vegetable Field Day
October 04, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at New Leaf Market Co-op!
October 03, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate
October 01, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
October 01, 2016 Art and Garden Fall Family Festival
October 01, 2016 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day
September 29, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
September 28, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
September 27, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at New Leaf Market Co-op!
September 26, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate
September 26, 2016 September's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
September 24, 2016 Whatever Floats Your Boat Regatta – 5th Annual Fun Event!
September 24, 2016 KIDS DAY – at The Sharing Tree!
September 24, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
September 22, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
September 21, 2016 Dr. John M. DeGrove 1000 Friends of Florida Webinar – Population Growth in Florida
September 21, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
September 20, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
September 20, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at New Leaf Market Co-op!
September 19, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate
September 17, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
September 17, 2016 Annual Coastal Cleanup
September 15, 2016 Garden Educator Training Series - Class 1
September 15, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
September 14, 2016 Leon County Water Resources Committee Meeting
September 14, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
September 14, 2016 “Working on the Green Sustainability Summit” – by Sustainable Florida
September 13, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at New Leaf Market Co-op!
September 12, 2016 Managing for a Changing Climate
September 10, 2016 Tallahassee Science Festival
September 10, 2016 Kids Day at The Sharing Tree
September 10, 2016 Introduction to Herbalism and Garden Tour
September 10, 2016 Cloth Diapering Workshop
September 10, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
September 09, 2016 Breakfast Seminar - with EarthSTEPS
September 09, 2016 South East Regional Power Shift conference – “Recharge”
September 08, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
September 07, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
September 07, 2016 St. Joseph Bay Coastal Ecosystems Water School
September 03, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
September 03, 2016 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day
September 01, 2016 Investing in Social Change: A Social Entrepreneurship Conversation
September 01, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
August 31, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
August 31, 2016 Healthy Soils Grow Great Plants Workshop
August 30, 2016 Frenchtown Better Block Kick-off Event
August 29, 2016 August's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
August 27, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
August 26, 2016 Florida Master Naturalist Program: Freshwater Systems Course
August 25, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
August 24, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
August 23, 2016 Tallahasee Citzens Climate Lobby (CCL) - Writer’s Guild
August 21, 2016 Tallahassee Time Bank Community Potluck
August 21, 2016 Food Swap
August 20, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
August 18, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
August 17, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
August 17, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
August 13, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
August 13, 2016 Back to School – at The Sharing Tree!
August 11, 2016 Tallahassee Area Association of Environmental Professionals – Social/Happy Hour/Networking Event
August 11, 2016 2016 Candidates' Environmental Forum
August 11, 2016 Making Reusable Bags at The Sharing Tree!
August 11, 2016 Econfina Creek Water School Paddling Trip
August 10, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
August 06, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
August 03, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
August 03, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
August 02, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee’s Water Resources and Land Use Committee – Initial Meeting
August 01, 2016 The Leon County Water Resources Committee
August 01, 2016 Energy Camp II - by ReThink Energy Florida
July 30, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
July 28, 2016 League of Women Voters – July Candidate Forums - Session 2
July 27, 2016 League of Women Voters – July Candidate Forums - Session 1
July 27, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
July 27, 2016 Urban Forest Management Workshop
July 26, 2016 The Sharing Tree – Summer Day Camp Series: Tuesdays for Kids!
July 26, 2016 Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) Hearing with the Environmental Regulatory Commission (ERC).
July 26, 2016 Toxic Waters Protest of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection
July 25, 2016 July's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
July 25, 2016 Energy Camp I - by ReThink Energy Florida
July 24, 2016 Volunteers Needed – Fill Seed Packets for the Library
July 23, 2016 Volunteers Needed – Fill Seed Packets for the Library
July 23, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
July 20, 2016 Volunteers Needed – Fill Seed Packets for the Library
July 20, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
July 20, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
July 19, 2016 The Sharing Tree – Summer Day Camp Series: Tuesdays for Kids!
July 18, 2016 Workshop: Fenholloway River discharge into Gulf of Mexico
July 17, 2016 Volunteers Needed – Fill Seed Packets for the Library
July 16, 2016 Volunteers Needed – Fill Seed Packets for the Library
July 16, 2016 Cloth Diapering Seminar
July 16, 2016 Florida Food Policy Council - meets in Tallahassee!
July 16, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
July 15, 2016 “Breakfast on the Chain” Bike Commuter Appreciation Breakfast!
July 13, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
July 13, 2016 Volunteers Needed – Fill Seed Packets for the Library
July 13, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
July 12, 2016 The Sharing Tree – Summer Day Camp Series: Tuesdays for Kids!
July 09, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
July 06, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
July 06, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
July 05, 2016 The Sharing Tree – Summer Day Camp Series: Tuesdays for Kids!
July 02, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
June 29, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
June 28, 2016 On-site Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems (OSTDS) Advisory Committee meeting
June 28, 2016 The Sharing Tree – Summer Day Camp Series: Tuesdays for Kids!
June 27, 2016 June's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
June 25, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
June 25, 2016 Fill a Box for $5.00 – WOW - at The Sharing Tree!
June 22, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
June 21, 2016 The Sharing Tree – Summer Day Camp Series: Tuesdays for Kids!
June 20, 2016 Support Climate Change Solutions Today
June 18, 2016 ReThink Energy Florida’s Energy Ball
June 18, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
June 16, 2016 Planning Commission Meeting – Bike Route Concerns
June 15, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
June 15, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
June 15, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
June 12, 2016 Sierra Club Summer Social
June 12, 2016 Turkey Hill Farm's Tomato Feastival - Support the Red Hills Small Farm Alliance
June 11, 2016 Farm Fest
June 11, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
June 08, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
June 08, 2016 Nonprofit Enterprise & Social Innovation Summit (NESI)
June 04, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
June 03, 2016 Economic Development Strategic Plan – Listening and Networking Session
June 01, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
June 01, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
May 30, 2016 May's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
May 28, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
May 25, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
May 23, 2016 Shop today at Whole Foods Market – to Support Sustainable Tallahassee!
May 21, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
May 21, 2016 Friends of Wakulla Springs Presents: Run for Wakulla Springs
May 19, 2016 Gaines Street Art Alley Grand Opening
May 18, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
May 18, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
May 18, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
May 14, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
May 12, 2016 Human Health Toxics rulemaking workshop - by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection
May 11, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
May 07, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
May 07, 2016 Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Collection
May 05, 2016 Webinar: Sustainable Florida Presents “Sustainability in Florida, a County Perspective”
May 04, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
May 04, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
May 04, 2016 Bike/Walk to School Day, May 4, 2016!
May 02, 2016 DOES HUMANITY HAVE A FUTURE? - a presentation by award-winning author Paul Hanley
April 30, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
April 28, 2016 Solar Charger Workshop - by ReThink Energy Florida
April 27, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
April 25, 2016 Hands-On Composting Workshop
April 25, 2016 April's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
April 24, 2016 Earth Day Celebration at Lichgate
April 24, 2016 Ashé Indie Festival 2016: Tallahassee Edition
April 23, 2016 EARTH DAY Feast with Speaker: Agrarian Elder Jim Gerritsen
April 23, 2016 Ashé Indie Festival 2016: Tallahassee Edition
April 23, 2016 Celebrate Earth Day at the “Healthy Communities Festival”
April 23, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
April 22, 2016 Earth Day on the Quad at FAMU
April 22, 2016 Book Collection & Recycling Event: Last Day!
April 20, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
April 19, 2016 Speak Up: Environmental Advocacy with Gov. Bob Graham – by 1000 Friends of Florida
April 19, 2016 Hands-On Composting Workshop
April 17, 2016 LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival
April 16, 2016 LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival
April 16, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
April 16, 2016 Book Collection & Recycling Event: April 4 - April 22
April 14, 2016 Rags to Bags – Volunteers Needed!
April 13, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
April 12, 2016 Volunteer Training Session - for LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival
April 12, 2016 Volunteer Training Session - for LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival
April 11, 2016 Book Collection & Recycling Event - April 4 - April 22
April 09, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
April 07, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags to Bags Team – Needs Your Participation!
April 06, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
April 06, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
April 04, 2016 Book Collection & Recycling Event: April 4 - April 22
April 04, 2016 Panhandle Outdoors LIVE! - Weeks Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
April 02, 2016 UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Service Open House and Wakulla Master Gardener Plant Sale
April 02, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
April 02, 2016 Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Collection
April 01, 2016 Beekeeping in the Panhandle Workshop & Trade Show
March 31, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags to Bags Team – Wants Your Participation!
March 30, 2016 Leon County’s Maggie Theriot Recognized for Service to Community
March 30, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
March 28, 2016 March's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
March 28, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby Tallahassee Chapter – Lunchtime Meeting
March 26, 2016 Adopt a Street Clean-up – by Sustainable Tallahassee
March 26, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
March 24, 2016 2016 Backyard Gardening Series – by UF/IFAS Extension
March 24, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags to Bags Team – Wants Your Participation!
March 23, 2016 2016 Florida Legislative Wrap Up – by 1000 Friends of Florida
March 23, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
March 23, 2016 2016 Energy Solutions Conference: Kick-off March 23-24, 2016
March 22, 2016 Sustainable YOU 2016 – Conference by the City of Tallahassee
March 20, 2016 Dinner & Movie Night: “This Changes Everything”
March 19, 2016 Spring Home Expo – by Leon County
March 19, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
March 18, 2016 Hydroponic Farming Short Course
March 18, 2016 Sustainable YOU Conference 2016: Today is the last day for early bird pricing!
March 17, 2016 Climate Mobilization - Florida statewide call
March 17, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee's Rags to Bags Team – Wants Your Participation!
March 17, 2016 Growing Herbs and Vegetables in Small Spaces – Lunch and Learn
March 16, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter Meeting
March 16, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
March 16, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
March 16, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
March 14, 2016 Hydroponic Farming Short Course
March 12, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market
March 11, 2016 Sustainable Living Conference in Florida
March 10, 2016 "The Forgotten Coast: Return to Wild Florida" - documentary film
March 10, 2016 Rags to Bags – Volunteers Needed!
March 09, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
March 08, 2016 Leon County Commission Meeting: Canopy Roads Issue
March 07, 2016 2016 Beekeeping in the Panhandle Short Course
March 06, 2016 Celebration of Life for Joe "Crabtree" Sierra
March 05, 2016 Florida Water Festival
March 05, 2016 Frenchtown Farmers Market - opens today for the 2016 year!
March 05, 2016 Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Collection
March 03, 2016 "The Forgotten Coast: Return to Wild Florida" - documentary film
March 03, 2016 Rags to Bags – Volunteers Needed!
March 02, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee’s Three R’s Committee Meeting: Reduce, Re-Use, Recycle
March 02, 2016 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – lunchtime dial-in
March 02, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
March 02, 2016 Innovation Park TechTopics (formerly known as Industry Sector Roundtables)
March 01, 2016 Wakulla Springs Ecological Challenges
March 01, 2016 Panhandle Outdoors LIVE! - Wakulla Springshed School
February 29, 2016 February's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
February 29, 2016 FAMU Green Coalition: “Raising the Next Generation of Agriculture”
February 28, 2016 Air Potato Beetles and Giant Salvinia - Invasive Species Awareness!
February 27, 2016 National High Magnetic Field Laboratory - Annual Open House
February 27, 2016 Citizens' Climate Lobby Florida Conference: Climate Solutions
February 27, 2016 Super Clean Sweep 2016
February 26, 2016 Critical Mass – Evening Cycling Event
February 26, 2016 Climbing Ferns and Water Hyacinth - Invasive Species Awareness!
February 25, 2016 Native Pollinators -- Ecology & Identification
February 25, 2016 FAMU Sustainability Indaba
February 24, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
February 24, 2016 Air Potatoes, Lionfish, and Coral Ardisia - Invasive Species Awareness!
February 23, 2016 Aquatic Plant and Habitat Management for Tallahassee Regional Lakes (Jackson, Carr, Iamonia, Miccosukee, Munson)
February 21, 2016 Film Screening: "Fracking Stories", Part of Florida's Groundswell Rising Against Fracking
February 18, 2016 2016 Gulf Coast Agritourism & Ecotourism Business Development Conference
February 17, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
February 17, 2016 Grand Opening of Leon County’s Fred George Park and Greenway
February 17, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
February 16, 2016 Wakulla's Forests & Future Management Strategies
February 11, 2016 Speed Date Your Local Leaders 2016
February 11, 2016 Collards and Cornbread Gathering – by Tallahassee Food Network
February 11, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee’s "Kick the Bottled Water" committee meeting
February 10, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
February 09, 2016 Songbrid Workshop – by UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Office
February 06, 2016 Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Collection
February 03, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee's "Three R's Committee: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" Meeting
February 03, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
February 02, 2016 Leon County Legislative Dialogue Community Meeting
February 01, 2016 Leon County Citizens Advisory Water Resources Committee Meeting
January 30, 2016 No Fracking Way - Tally Rally
January 30, 2016 Wakulla Springs Park Clean-Up by Sustainable Tallahassee: Volunteers Needed!
January 28, 2016 Sustainable Tallahassee's Kick the Bottled Water Committee Meeting
January 27, 2016 2nd Annual Climate & Energy Justice Lecture: The Injustice of Sea Level Rise: Ethics and Evidence, Lies and Liability
January 27, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
January 25, 2016 January's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
January 25, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter workshop session
January 23, 2016 Arbor Day Celebration – by Leon County and the City of Tallahassee
January 22, 2016 “This Changes Everything” – the movie based on Naomi Klein's book
January 21, 2016 Florida Coasts and Oceans Lobby Day
January 20, 2016 Florida Coasts and Oceans – Training Event for Lobby Day
January 20, 2016 Energy Rally at the Capitol!
January 20, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
January 20, 2016 Legislative Advocacy Day - by ReThink Energy Florida
January 19, 2016 Legislative Training Opportunity - by ReThink Energy Florida
January 19, 2016 The Next Generation of Agriculture: Challenges and Opportunities Facing Women, Minority, and Veteran Farmers
January 14, 2016 Top Environmental Issues of the 2016 Legislative Session – by Big Bend Sierra
January 14, 2016 Collards & Cornbread Gathering – by the Tallahassee Food Network (TFN)
January 13, 2016 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
January 13, 2016 Science Café
January 13, 2016 Volunteers Needed for the Spring 2016 Leon County Seed Library
January 13, 2016 2016 Florida Legislative Preview Webinar
January 13, 2016 The Growers' Market at Lake Ella
January 08, 2016 “This Changes Everything” – the movie based on Naomi Klein's book
January 08, 2016 Introduction to Aquaponics Workshop
January 06, 2016 Apalachee Regional Park Planning Meeting
January 06, 2016 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
January 04, 2016 Leon County Citizens Advisory Water Resources Committee meeting
January 02, 2016 Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Collection
December 31, 2015 2016 Energy Solutions Conference in March: Register by Dec 31, 2015 for discounted early bird registration
December 30, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
December 23, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
December 19, 2015 Saving Wakulla Springs Overland Tour - Learn what YOU can do to help save Wakulla Springs!
December 16, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
December 14, 2015 Transition Tallahassee Meeting
December 12, 2015 Alternative Christmas Market
December 11, 2015 Alternative Christmas Market
December 11, 2015 Climate Reality Brown Bag Lunch & Learn
December 09, 2015 Apalachicola Reserve Hosts Workshop on Living Shorelines
December 09, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
December 08, 2015 Tallahassee Citizens' Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter
December 06, 2015 Alternative Christmas Market
December 05, 2015 GrassLands Brewing Company’s Grand(er) Opening
December 05, 2015 Alternative Christmas Market
December 05, 2015 Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Collection
December 03, 2015 Green Holiday Shopping Artstravaganza
December 02, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
December 01, 2015 Giving Tuesday is Today!
November 25, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
November 21, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
November 20, 2015 Better Bag Challenge: Leon County Government Will Give You a Free Canvas Tote Bag!
November 19, 2015 Sustainable Tallahassee’s Eighth Year Celebration & Annual Meeting: a Forum on the Two Proposed Florida Solar Amendments
November 18, 2015 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – Bi-weekly Dial-In Conversation
November 18, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
November 14, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
November 14, 2015 Sustainable Tallahassee's 5th Annual Trash Dash 5K Run and One Mile Family Fun Walk/Run
November 13, 2015 Art of Sustainability
November 12, 2015 Collards and Cornbread – Monthly Gathering of the Tallahassee Food Network
November 11, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
November 10, 2015 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter Meeting and Monthly National Call
November 09, 2015 Transition Tallahassee Meeting
November 07, 2015 Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Collection
November 07, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
November 05, 2015 FLORIDA NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY - MAGNOLIA CHAPTER- monthly meeting
November 04, 2015 Sustainable Tallahassee’s Three R’s Committee Meeting
November 04, 2015 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – Bi-weekly Dial-In Conversation
November 04, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
November 01, 2015 Growing Here Workshop
October 31, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
October 31, 2015 Intro to Urban Farming: Grow More with Less Space
October 31, 2015 First Foods Local: What to Feed Baby
October 31, 2015 Sassy Salads: From Seed to Plate
October 31, 2015 Poop is a Serious Subject
October 31, 2015 Stained Glass Garden Art
October 31, 2015 Harvest Festival at Jubilee Orchards
October 31, 2015 Cooking Seasonally with Chef Jason Bruner
October 31, 2015 Sustainable Pasture Management
October 30, 2015 Farm Share Cooking Class
October 29, 2015 Sustainability and You - Community Learning Series: "Creating A Thriving Intergenerational Community: Live, Work and Play Across Generations”
October 29, 2015 Cover Crops 101
October 29, 2015 Farm to Table Cooking on the Woodstove
October 29, 2015 Vegetable Garden Best Management Practices
October 29, 2015 Yoga on the Farm
October 29, 2015 Permaculture - A Different Kind of Gardening
October 28, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
October 28, 2015 Take Root Film Festival
October 28, 2015 Kimchee Workshop
October 28, 2015 Grow Healthy Eat Healthy
October 27, 2015 Grow It! Florida Farm to School Garden Symposium
October 27, 2015 Growing Cut Flowers from Seed
October 27, 2015 Teen Top Chef Cooking Class
October 27, 2015 Mosaic Garden Stepping Stones
October 27, 2015 Herb Gardening for the Tallahassee Area
October 27, 2015 Permaculture - Beauty and Design
October 26, 2015 October's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
October 26, 2015 Local Green Smoothies!
October 26, 2015 Eat Fresh, Spend Less!
October 24, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
October 24, 2015 FAMU Extension Fall Crop Field Day
October 24, 2015 8th Annual New Leaf Market Co-op Farm Tour
October 24, 2015 Bring Back the Monarchs - 27th Annual Monarch Butterfly Festival at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge
October 22, 2015 APALACHEE AUDUBON EVENT: ''Bring Back the Monarchs''
October 21, 2015 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – Bi-weekly Dial-In Conversation
October 21, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
October 18, 2015 Support Apalachicola Riverkeeper
October 17, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
October 15, 2015 DIY Phone Charger
October 14, 2015 “Who Owns Water”: An award-winning documentary
October 14, 2015 EcoTeams Orientation – How to Build Sustainability - by Sustainable Tallahassee
October 14, 2015 City Commission Public Meeting for Multimodal Transportation Recommendations
October 14, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
October 13, 2015 Renewable Energy & Environment Roundtable: “Everything a Business Needs to Know About Going Solar”
October 12, 2015 Transition Tallahassee Meeting
October 11, 2015 The People’s Climate Movement National Day of Action – national call
October 10, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
October 10, 2015 Seek, Learn About & Destroy Invasive Plants!
October 08, 2015 THE BP SPILL: Restoring the Gulf
October 08, 2015 Collards and Cornbread Gathering – Monthly Gathering of the Tallahassee Food Network
October 07, 2015 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – Bi-weekly Dial-In Conversation
October 07, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
October 06, 2015 Citizens Climate Lobby, Tallahassee Chapter Meeting
October 05, 2015 Edible Garden Club meeting
October 03, 2015 Whatever Floats Your Boat Regatta
October 03, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Fest
October 03, 2015 Third Annual Science Saturday Festival – by ReThink Energy Florida
October 03, 2015 Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Collection
October 03, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
October 03, 2015 Saving Wakulla Springs Overland Tour - Learn what YOU can do to help save Wakulla Springs!
October 01, 2015 2015 Working on the Green Sustainability Summit – by Sustainable Florida
September 30, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
September 28, 2015 September's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
September 26, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
September 23, 2015 DEP Public Meeting to Update Opportunity Maps for State Trails System
September 23, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
September 19, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
September 19, 2015 SHORE CLEAN UP IN TALLAHASSEE - Shinin’ Our Shores
September 18, 2015 Second Annual Florida Local Food Summit
September 17, 2015 National Drive Electric Week Event - Tallahassee!
September 16, 2015 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – Bi-weekly Dial-In Conversation
September 16, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
September 15, 2015 Citizens Climate Lobby – Tallahassee Chapter Meeting
September 14, 2015 Transition Tallahassee Meeting
September 12, 2015 Damayan Garden Project hosts Nims Middle School Work Party
September 12, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
September 10, 2015 Coming to Pass: Florida’s Coastal Islands in a Gulf of Change - by the Big Bend Sierra Club
September 09, 2015 The Leon County Citizens Advisory Water Resources Committee meeting
September 09, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
September 07, 2015 Edible Garden Club meeting – first Fall meeting
September 05, 2015 Household Hazardous Waste & Electronics Collection
September 05, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
September 05, 2015 Saving Wakulla Springs Overland Tour - Learn what YOU can do to help save Wakulla Springs!
September 03, 2015 Cohousing Action Group - by Transition Tallahassee
September 03, 2015 DEP Public Meeting to Update Opportunity Maps for State Trails System
September 02, 2015 Sustainable Tallahassee’s Three R’s Committee Meeting
September 02, 2015 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – Bi-weekly Dial-In Conversation
September 02, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
September 01, 2015 USB Solar Charger Workshop – by ReThink Energy Florida - has been postponed
August 31, 2015 August's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
August 30, 2015 The Bee Workshop: “Honeybee Health, Non-Treatment Strategies Intensive Learning Session”
August 29, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
August 28, 2015 iGrow South City Garden Dedication
August 27, 2015 Free Mushroom Program
August 26, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
August 25, 2015 Public Call with Floridians Against Fracking and Josh Fox, director of Gasland!
August 25, 2015 EDC Renewable Energy and Environment Roundtable
August 22, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
August 19, 2015 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – Bi-weekly Dial-In Conversation
August 19, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
August 15, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
August 13, 2015 Collards and Cornbread Gathering – Tallahassee Food Network’s August meeting
August 12, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
August 10, 2015 Transition Tallahassee Meeting
August 10, 2015 Ag Solutions Day
August 10, 2015 Florida Master Naturalist Course: COASTAL SYSTEMS: Registration Deadline is Today
August 08, 2015 Grand Opening of the Fall Seed Library!
August 08, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
August 05, 2015 Bard Center for Environmental Policy – National Climate Seminar – Bi-weekly Dial-In Conversation
August 05, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
August 03, 2015 ReThink Energy Florida’s 4th Annual Energy Camp II
August 02, 2015 Volunteers Are Needed - Today is the Last Day to Help Fill Seed Packets!
August 01, 2015 Tallahassee Time Bank: Regular Monthly Potluck
August 01, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
July 29, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
July 29, 2015 Volunteers Needed - UPDATE: Volunteers are NOT needed today
July 28, 2015 Workshop: Blue Carbon: A Management Tool for the Conservation and Restoration of Coastal Wetlands
July 28, 2015 Volunteers Needed - UPDATE: Volunteers are NOT needed today
July 27, 2015 July's Green Drinks - by Sustainable Tallahassee
July 27, 2015 ReThink Energy Florida’s 4th Annual Energy Camp I
July 26, 2015 Volunteers Needed - UPDATE: Volunteers are NOT needed today
July 25, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
July 23, 2015 Plant Propagation Workshop
July 22, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
July 22, 2015 Volunteers Needed - UPDATE: Volunteers are NOT needed today
July 21, 2015 Volunteers Needed - UPDATE: Volunteers are NOT needed today
July 19, 2015 Volunteers Needed - UPDATE: Volunteers are NOT needed today
July 18, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
July 15, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
July 15, 2015 Volunteers Needed - UPDATE: Volunteers are NOT needed today
July 14, 2015 Transition Tallahassee Meeting
July 14, 2015 Citizens Climate Lobby, Tallahassee chapter’s monthly meeting
July 14, 2015 Volunteers Are Needed - Help Fill Seed Packets!
July 12, 2015 Volunteers Are Needed - Help Fill Seed Packets!
July 11, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
July 08, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
July 06, 2015 The Leon County Citizens Advisory Water Resources Committee: monthly meeting
July 04, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
July 01, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
June 29, 2015 June's Green Drinks - is on Monday! - by Sustainable Tallahassee
June 27, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
June 24, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
June 22, 2015 Join with Sustainable Tallahassee and Citizens Climate Lobby to Advocate for a Carbon Fee and Dividend!
June 21, 2015 Citizens Climate Lobby – International Conference and Lobby Days
June 20, 2015 ReThink Energy Florida’s 4th Annual Energy Ball!
June 20, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
June 20, 2015 Sustainable Tallahassee: Nature Walk at Piney Z Lake and Lafayette Heritage Trails Park
June 18, 2015 Dump the Pump for Lunch – Ride StarMetro Free Today!
June 17, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
June 14, 2015 13th Annual Tomato “Feastival” at Turkey Hill Farm
June 13, 2015 2015 Spring Farm Festival Agri-Showcase
June 13, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
June 11, 2015 Collards and Cornbread: Tallahassee Food Network’s Monthly Gathering
June 10, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
June 08, 2015 Camp Cherry Lake: Youth Camp
June 06, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
June 04, 2015 Domi Station’s First Year of Success Celebration
June 03, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
June 02, 2015 Community Health and Resources Management Workshop
June 02, 2015 U-Pick Blueberries at Green Meadows Farm!
June 01, 2015 Leon County Citizens Advisory Water Resources Committee’s Monthly Meeting
May 31, 2015 Florida Native Plant Society 35th Annual Conference - Last Day
May 30, 2015 U-Pick Blueberries at Jubilee Orchards!
May 30, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
May 30, 2015 U-Pick Blueberries at Green Meadows Farm!
May 30, 2015 Florida Native Plant Society 35th Annual Conference - Third Day
May 29, 2015 U-Pick Blueberries at Green Meadows Farm!
May 29, 2015 Florida Native Plant Society 35th Annual Conference - Second Day
May 28, 2015 Grow Healthy, Eat Healthy Workshop
May 28, 2015 Florida Native Plant Society 35th Annual Conference - First Day
May 27, 2015 May's "Green Drinks" by Sustainable Tallahassee
May 27, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
May 23, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
May 20, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic Wednesday tradition!
May 16, 2015 2015 Organic Americana by String Lily
May 16, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Every Saturday until Fall
May 16, 2015 "Saving Wakulla Springs" Overland Tour
May 14, 2015 Grow Healthy, Eat Healthy Workshop
May 14, 2015 Tallahassee Food Network’s monthly “Collards and Cornbread” Gathering
May 13, 2015 The Growers' Market . . . uniquely organic
May 09, 2015 Leon County Extension Spring Open House
May 05, 2015 Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle – Sustainable Tallahassee’s “3 R’s” Committee Meeting
May 02, 2015 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day - Leon County Residents
April 29, 2015 Celebri-Tree – A Dinner Fundraiser for The Sharing Tree
April 29, 2015 April's "Green Drinks" by Sustainable Tallahassee
April 26, 2015 The Great Florida Birding & Wildlife Trail’s Chipola Feather Fest
April 25, 2015 FSU Coastal & Marine Lab - Open House
April 25, 2015 FAMU Community Garden Open House Event
April 25, 2015 Permaculture!
April 25, 2015 Celebrate Earth Day at the “Healthy Communities Festival”!
April 25, 2015 The Great Florida Birding & Wildlife Trail’s Chipola Feather Fest
April 24, 2015 The Great Florida Birding & Wildlife Trail’s Chipola Feather Fest
April 23, 2015 5th Anniversary Deepwater Horizons Panel Discussion
April 23, 2015 “From Silent Spring to Silent Night – A Tale of Toads and Men”
April 22, 2015 “Planetary” Film Screening
April 22, 2015 Florida A&M Green Festival
April 22, 2015 Today is Earth Day!
April 18, 2015 Red Hills Field Trip: Reptiles & Amphibians of the Red Hills
April 18, 2015 "Saving Wakulla Springs" Overland Tour
April 18, 2015 Wakulla Wildlife Festival
April 18, 2015 “Fun Ride to the Arts” – Bus Riding Adventure - Come Ride with Us!
April 18, 2015 CASH for TRASH – for City of Tallahassee Residents
April 13, 2015 T-Shirt Order for the "Fun Ride to the Arts"
April 11, 2015 Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace – Opens Today for the Season!
April 11, 2015 Betton Hills Early Riser Nature Walk
April 09, 2015 Collards & Cornbread Gathering – Tallahassee Food Network
April 07, 2015 Citizens Climate Lobby - Tallahassee Chapter meeting: How to Close the Gap Between What the Scientists Tell us About Climate Change and What the Public Believes
April 07, 2015 Everglades Day Rally – Rally to Save Florida’s Drinking Water, with Jimmy Buffett
April 04, 2015 Tallahassee Vegetarian Community presents the Inaugural North Florida VegFest!
April 04, 2015 “Four weeks of Fantastic Local Farmers” – this week features Owen River Farm
April 04, 2015 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day - Leon County Residents
March 28, 2015 “Four weeks of Fantastic Local Farmers” – this week features Ripe City Urban Farm
March 27, 2015 “Grow Your Own Mushrooms” workshop
March 26, 2015 EnergyWaterFoodNexus - International Summit 2015 - March 26-28
March 25, 2015 March's "Green Drinks" by Sustainable Tallahassee
March 25, 2015 Spring 2015 Environmental Forum: What Would Milton Friedman Do About Climate Change?
March 24, 2015 FREE Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership Webinar
March 23, 2015 “Beekeeping in the Panhandle” Short Course, by UF-IFAS Leon County Extension. Class #3
March 22, 2015 Fundraiser for Apalachicola Riverkeeper – “Catwalk for Water 2015”
March 21, 2015 Edible Landscaping Class
March 21, 2015 ANNUAL HERBAL EVENT
March 21, 2015 “Four weeks of Fantastic Local Farmers” – this week features Orchard Pond Organics
March 21, 2015 "Saving Wakulla Springs" Overland Tour
March 17, 2015 Backyard Gardening Series: Session Two
March 17, 2015 ReThink Energy Florida's 2015 Lobby Days
March 16, 2015 “Beekeeping in the Panhandle” Short Course, by UF-IFAS Leon County Extension. Class #2
March 16, 2015 Citizen Lobbyist Training Session, by ReThink Energy Florida
March 14, 2015 Join Sustainable Tallahassee in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festivities!
March 14, 2015 GRAMLING'S Centennial Celebration: 1915-2015
March 14, 2015 “Four weeks of Fantastic Local Farmers” – this week features Turkey Hill Farm
March 14, 2015 Save Money: Be A Savvy Consumer of Energy
March 10, 2015 Backyard Gardening Series: register by March 6 - Session One
March 10, 2015 Citizens Climate Lobby, Tallahassee Chapter’s monthly meeting
March 10, 2015 FREE Executive Education for Sustainability Leadership Webinar
March 09, 2015 “Beekeeping in the Panhandle” Short Course, by UF-IFAS Leon County Extension. Class #1
March 07, 2015 Leon County Extension Day at Tallahassee Nurseries
March 07, 2015 Florida Water Festival
March 07, 2015 Household Hazardous Waste and Electronics Collection Day - Leon County Residents
March 07, 2015 The Florida Native Plant Society, Magnolia Chapter’s Monthly Field Trip
March 05, 2015 The Florida Native Plant Society, Magnolia Chapter’s Monthly Meeting
March 02, 2015 Leon County Citizens Advisory Water Resources Committee Monthly Meeting
March 02, 2015 Cowspiracy – a Movie
March 01, 2015 The Great Invisible – Movie About the BP Oil Spill Disaster
February 28, 2015 Super Clean Sweep – Cleanup of Tallahassee
February 28, 2015 Tree Planting at Apalachee Regional Park - with Sustainable Tallahassee
February 28, 2015 Introduction to Beekeeping Shortcourse
February 28, 2015 Forest Cleanup – Apalachicola National Forest
February 25, 2015 February's "Green Drinks" by Sustainable Tallahassee
February 22, 2015 The Transition in Tallahassee Environmental Film Festival continues its showing of the climate documentary "Years of Living Dangerously"
February 21, 2015 Food Policy Workshop #1 – Shaping Our Local Food system
February 21, 2015 "Saving Wakulla Springs" Overland Tour
February 18, 2015 Floridians for Clean Water and Amendment 1 Rally
February 14, 2015