Carbon Gardening 2: Local Models for Replication

OctOctober 27 2020

6:00pm - 7:30pm

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    JOIN DAILY ACTS FOR THE FINAL WEBINAR PANEL IN THE FREE “CARBON GARDENING” SERIES:

    Carbon Gardening 2: Local Models for Replication – 10/27/20 6:00pm to 7:30pm

    with Special Guests: Aimee Drew, Trevor Probert, and Anthony Myint!

    In the first panel of this series, Carbon Gardening 1, we shared numerous ways how you can build healthy soil and store carbon safely underground in your garden. In this second panel, join us to take a look at a few creative and effective regional examples of rippling that sequestration power out into the community! We’ll hear about engaging youth with soil health and carbon gardening from Mycelium Youth Network, urban carbon farming and city-wide solutions from StopWaste.org, and “how to eat our way out of the climate crisis” by involving restaurants with carbon sequestration programs from Zero Foodprint. We’ll be considering ways to replicate these programs here in Sonoma County, so bring your thinking caps and get ready to brainstorm! There will also be a Q+A session, so you can ask our amazing presenters all your burning questions.

    Join us to learn about:

    Bringing schools, kids and city dwellers in on solutions
    Closing loops with the restaurant industry
    Ways we can boost sequestration efforts in our county

JOIN DAILY ACTS FOR THE FINAL WEBINAR PANEL IN THE FREE “CARBON GARDENING” SERIES:

Carbon Gardening 2: Local Models for Replication – 10/27/20 6:00pm to 7:30pm

with Special Guests: Aimee Drew, Trevor Probert, and Anthony Myint!

In the first panel of this series, Carbon Gardening 1, we shared numerous ways how you can build healthy soil and store carbon safely underground in your garden. In this second panel, join us to take a look at a few creative and effective regional examples of rippling that sequestration power out into the community! We’ll hear about engaging youth with soil health and carbon gardening from Mycelium Youth Network, urban carbon farming and city-wide solutions from StopWaste.org, and “how to eat our way out of the climate crisis” by involving restaurants with carbon sequestration programs from Zero Foodprint. We’ll be considering ways to replicate these programs here in Sonoma County, so bring your thinking caps and get ready to brainstorm! There will also be a Q+A session, so you can ask our amazing presenters all your burning questions.

Join us to learn about:

Bringing schools, kids and city dwellers in on solutions
Closing loops with the restaurant industry
Ways we can boost sequestration efforts in our county
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