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Past Events - 2007
January 18th 7pm Global Warming: Realities and Solutions. Cosponsored by The Sustainability Project and the Gilsum Conservation Commission. Gilsum Community Center.
Saturday January 20th, 2007 10 am.- 4 pm. TSP's 2nd Annual Seed Celebration -- Speakers, Demonstrations, Garden Planning Consultations, Children's Activities, Entertainment throughout the day Celebration resumes at 6 pm with a potluck followed by a Drum and Dance Circle from 7:00-8:00 pm, followed by a Dance Jam from 8:00-10:00. (Gilsum Community Center)
Eight Wednesdays beginning Feb 7 through March 28 from 7-9 pm, TSP will facilitate "Sense of Place" an Earth Institute course . This course open to the public will take place at the Cleveland Building in Keene.
TSP's 6th Annual "Vision to Action" meeting. Sunday, February 18th from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm at the Gilsum Community Center. Help TSP create action plans for programs designed to promote earth stewardship and sustainable communities.
April 15, Sunday, 5-8pm The Sustainability Project Annual Board Meeting. Pot Luck, Election of Officers and celebration as TSP marks 7 years of incorporation.
April 16, Monadnock Seed Savers Meeting 6:30 pm
April 22, Saturday 10-4pm Earth Day. Join The Sustainability Project and other local environmental endeavors as we love and celebrate the Earth!
April 23, Sunday 10am-3pm Forest Gardening. With a generous gift from the Ashuelot Grange #129, The Sustainability Project will begin recreating the Emerson Brook Forest Outdoor Recreation and Learning Center by planting a perennial garden of wild edibles and flowering trees and shrubs to attract a healthy insect and wildlife population. Learn some basic principles of Edible Forest Gardening. Rain or shine. Bring a bag lunch.
April 28 , Saturday, Grand Opening of Green Energy Options (GEO) and the Keene Office of The Sustainability Project! 79 Emerald Street , Keene . GEO will promote earth friendly, efficient and renewable energy sources and technology. Celebrate!
April 29, Sunday, 9am-1pm Outdoor Mushroom Cultivation on Logs and Stumps. Explore the endless world of mushroom inoculation with Dave and Jenny Wichland. This workshop will focus on the shitake and oyster mushrooms. $40.00 Lunch included
May19, 9am-1pm Growing Morels on Your Winter BurnPile. Did you ever wonder what you can do with the ashes from your woodstove or winter burn pile? Consider growing mushrooms! See the various stages of mushroom development, prepare a morel bed and take a medicinal mushroom foray. $40.00 Lunch included.
May 20, Spring Bio Blitz 9am-2pm Join Naturalist, Al Stoops for a exploration of the plant and wildlife of The Sustainability Project’s newly acquired 33 acre parcel of land in the Emerson Brook Forest. Bring bug gear and a bag lunch.
June 9, Saturday, 9am-1pm Mushrooms in the Garden and Beyond. Dave and Jenny will share bed building techniques for stropharia (the garden giant) elm oyster and shaggy mane mycillia. $40.00 Lunch included
Take all three mushroom workshops with Dave and Jenny for the discounted price of $100.00
Sun. June 24, 9a-3p Trails Day-Emerson Brook Forest
Sat. July 7, 9:30a TSP at the MothersUniting “Give Peace a Triathlon” - Surry Mountain Recreation Area
Sun. July 8, 10a-2p Knife Sharpening with Christopher Briggs
Sun. July 22, 9:00 am-3:00 pm Trails Day in the Emerson Brook Forest
Fri, Sat, Sun Aug. 10-12, Stewards of the Earth, for high school aged students.
Sat. Aug. 11, TSP display at Gilsum Old Home Day
Sun. Aug. 12, 9:00 am-3:00 pm Trails Day in the Emerson Brook Forest
Sat. Aug. 18, 9a-3p Nature Journaling with Naturalist, Educator and Author, Chuck Roth
Sun. Aug. 19, 10a -2p Primitive Shelters with Valerie Piedmont
Sun. Sept. 16, 1-4p Nature Art with Shirlee Ingalls
|Sun. Sept. 23||9a-3p Trails Day- Emerson Brook Forest
DTBA Kimchee Workshop
DTBA Straw Mushroom Inoculation Workshop
Sun. Oct. 7, 9a-3p Trails Day- Emerson Brook Forest
Sun. Oct. 14, 11a-3p TSP's Open House Emerson Brook Forest. Refreshments, Activities and entertainment
Fri. Oct. 26, Pot Luck & Full Moon Hike in the Emerson Brook Forest
Sat. Nov. 10, 10a-4p "Approaching Sustainability," Home Tour
The Sustainability Project and Green Energy Options are co-sponsoring a four-week Vermont Earth Institute discussion course entitled- “Global Warming: Changing Course.” The goals of the course are: to explore personal values and habits as they relate to climate change, to understand the history and science of global warming and to empower individuals to take action to curb global warming. Participants will receive reading materials at the first meeting on Thursday, November 15th from 6:00-7:30 pm. Four additional meetings will take place on consecutive Thursdays beginning on November 29th.
The course will be held in Keene at the wheelchair accessible Green Energy Options Store, 79 Emerald Street (next to the coal silos) on Thursdays, There is no charge for the course, but there is a minimal course book fee. Loan copies of the book will also be available. For more information or to register, please call 358-3444.
On Saturday and Sunday November 17 &18, We're gathering with hammers in hand to finish the construction of a lean-to on our 33 acre parcel of land in the Emerson Brook Forest. We already have the floor down and hope to have it roofed by the end of the weekend. This will complete our work in the forest for the year. For more information or directions, please call at 352-1887 or 358-3444. Hope you can join us in this cooperative building experience and then again on December 29th for our Volunteer Appreciation Dinner.
Star Gazing in the Emerson Brook Forest
Join astronomy enthusiast, Scott Saxby on Sunday, November 18th, 4:30 pm in the Emerson Brook Forest to view the first quarter moon, stars, and major constellations. Participants will also catch the tail end of the Leonid Meteor showers. Stargazers will gather in an open and level area that is accessible to people who use wheelchairs. There is no fee for the family-friendly event. For more information and to let us know you plan to attend, please call 352-1887.
Sat. Dec. 29, 5p Volunteer Appreciation Dinner