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Posted on: December 27, 2019

DRAWDOWN EAST END offers programs at Rogers Memorial Library - Jan 27 - Feb. 26

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Drawdown East End
Monday Jan 27, 2020 • 10:30 AM 

Come learn what Drawdown is all about. This introduction is based on Paul Hawken’s New York Times best-seller Project Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming. Drawdown East End is a grassroots group building local solutions to advance the opportunities identified by Project Drawdown. DDEE supports creative collaboration to achieve Drawdown and its many cascading economic, environmental, health, and safety benefits.

Come and learn more about Drawdown East End at these special sessions:

Monday, January 27 •  12:00 PM & 6:00 PM     
What the Heck is Regenerative Agriculture?
Regenerative Agriculture is the hottest trend in creating climate health and it is also older than the first farmers on any land. Come find out about carbon farming on the East End, how trees can save the planet, carbon sequestration, increasing biodiversity, and more, all in the name of Regenerative Agriculture.

Monday, February 3 • 12:00 PM & 6:00 PM
Food Waste & Your Fridge
Food waste is one of the top causes of excessive carbon in our atmosphere! Well, we can certainly change that. We will talk about the impact of food waste on our environment and focus on solutions coming right out of your own refrigerator and into your personalized Must-Go-Soup as well as effective, HEALTHY, and clean composting at home and in the community.

Monday February 10 • 12:00 PM & 6:00 PM 
Oceans & Living Shoreline  
Oceans have the capacity to sequester 70% more carbon than the land.  Let’s talk about our own Living Shoreline: coastal wetlands, salt marshes, marine permaculture, and more.  These are the pathways to climate health that are unique and powerful right here in our home towns.

Monday February 24, 2020 • 12:00 PM
The Great Grid – Local Drawdown Strategies
Through Project Drawdown, we now know the science and impact of 80 solutions toward building a thriving climate.  Local experts have identified which of those solutions are most relevant and impactful in this region.  Join us for a conversation on Targeted Community Engagement for the East End that include policy pathways, farming practices, and more.

Wednesday, February 26, 2020 • 6:00 PM
The Great Grid – Local Drawdown Strategies 
Through Project Drawdown, we now know the science and impact of 80 solutions toward building a thriving climate.  Local experts have identified which of those solutions are most relevant and impactful in this region.  Join us for a conversation on Targeted Community Engagement for the East End that include policy pathways, farming practices, and more. 

To register for individual programs or for more information visit Rogers Memorial Library.


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