The city's newly re-established environmental committee will be hosting its first event at the end of the month to help inform local residents about ways to lead a more eco-friendly existence. To be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 24 in the courtyard between City Hall and the New Port Richey Public Library, the Growing a Sustainable Future event is intended to introduce the community to the environmental committee that was just re-formed earlier this year.See More
Join us as we gather together to discuss transitioning the city of New Port Richey. We will discuss some upcoming events in the City as well as plan forward. AgendaGreen Map - connect with local businesses and hand out flyers to join our green map.Connect with local government- Discuss our connection with the local government.Discuss the Victory Garden Movement and promoting it through various outlets.Plan for October event thats focused on Local Food.See More
"Hi Sandy I am back in town, unfortunately I am working Thursday evening for the month of September, so will not be able to attend. Please keep me updated on the progress. I definitely want to exchange and plant gardens this fall. Barb"
Join us for an inspiring evening of conversation and connecting with like-minded folks. How might we, as a region, learn and support each other in making the transition from dependence on dirty energy that puts the health of our climate and ourselves at risk to a safer, more vital and economically stronger future? You are invited to a conversation about strengthening our region in these changing times. Within a few years energy costs are predicted to rise increasing the cost of food, air…See More
Ability to organize for a common cause. Food, and nutrition are greatly misunderstood in our society. Corporate greed has infiltrated the foods that we consume. Education, knowledge and supporting local farming is my vision.
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Hey Barbara, Omega is a great place, I loved working there in the summers. I haven't been back since 2000. I would love to go back up there and check out what they've done. They've incorporated permaculture methods for their wastewater treatment. If I remember this right it's the largest natural waste water treatment facility in the country.
Thanks again for you help with my garden yesterday. AND for the use of your truck in getting my supplies here, AND for showing me where to get the bamboo. Looking forward to creating stepping stones too. (Are you sure we can't do a garageblitz???)
We do not currently have a veggie garden. Leo tried this year, but none of it took well. We still have leaves on the brocalli, but no brocalli.
We live in Palm Harbor and I still have my Butterfly Garden.
That's the only gardening I do.... for the Butterflies.