Monday, July 02, 2007
CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVING EVENTS
JULY MEDIA RELEASE
Saturday, July 7, 10am - 12pm
Upper Parking Lot at Onanda Park, West Lake Rd. in Canandaigua
Have you ever wanted to go on a real live fossil hunt? Search beautiful
Onanda Park for traces left behind by prehistoric creatures. Aimed at kids
5 - 13 years old, but all are welcome. Wear appropriate clothing and
footwear for trekking through water and over slippery rocks.
Contact Kim Babcock at 585-394-6704 or email@example.com.
Donations to the CSL are welcome.
Where Healthy Food Begins
Sunday, July 22, 1 - 4pm rain or shine
Aberdeen Hill Farm, 5180 County Rd. 24 in Stanley
Bring the family and waterproof walking shoes for a tour of a sustainable,
pasture-based family farm. Join in on a pasture walk, along the way
discussing grasses, fencing, multi-species grazing and more. Take a rest,
sample some of the farm products and enjoy the views. End with a gleaning
trip through the market garden taking home a bag of fresh veggies for
supper. Special children's activities planned. Directions with
Contact Diane Bermon at 585-526-5937 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration fee: $10 adults, kids under 16 are free.
Sustainable Forestry Workshop: A Walk in the Forest - Managed and Forever
Wild forest concepts.
Saturday, July 28, 9am - 12pm
Main Parking Lot Warren Cutler Boy Scout Camp,7131 Gulick Road in South
Take a walk with Marty Dodge, Professor of Conservation at Finger Lakes
Community College, through the forests of the Warren Cutler Boy Scout Camp
to gain appreciation for old growth forest and management of forests. Focus
will be on sustaining forest values through preservation and management.
Contact Marty Dodge - after July 22 email@example.com, 585-394-6991.
Registration fee: $10.
Elements of Permaculture
Sunday, July 29, 10am - 2pm
Rochester Folk Art Guild, Upper Hill Rd. in Middlesex
Permaculture is a holistic approach to land use design, based on ecological
principles and patterns. Explore the basic design principles and how to
apply basic techniques to your life and landscape with certified
permaculture teacher and organic farmer, Mark House. Individualized design
consultation services will be available upon request. Pre-registration
Contact Mark House at 585-554-3539 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration fee: $10.
Posted by Jason Nabewaniec