|Subject: Updates and Events|
|From: "Masino, Susan A." |
|Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2008 12:06:34 -0400|
|To: "KTW" |
TONIGHT: Earth Hour from 8-9 PM. Turn out your lights in support.
Earth Hour invites people around the world to turn off their
lights for one hour – from 8:00pm to 9:00pm in their local time zone. Many
cities around the country (
Thank you to everyone that attended the Face of Connecticut 2008 kick-off in
Great attendance and support for the East Coast Greenway! Multi-use trails are a wonderful community asset for recreation and transportation. www.greenway.org.
Sign up for Clean Energy and help your town earn free solar panels. Join the SmartPower 20% by 2010 Clean Energy Campaign. Find out more www.ctcleanenergyoptions.com; sign up and see if your town is a clean energy community at www.ctcleanenergy.com/communities
Phase II of the Ethel Walker Woods of
See the materials prepared for
We need support at the federal level for funding of the
Highlands Conservation Act. The Ethel Walker Woods of
Tuesday April 8th 6:00 PM
Hopmeadow Country Club,
RSVP online (www.simsburylandtrust.org), or call 651-8773
Visit the SLT website for information on upcoming guided hikes and volunteer opportunities.
Saturday April 12th 9:00 AM
Linda’s Litter Lugging Day -
(Rain date April 13th, 1:00)
Representative Linda Schofield has organized a day to clean
up the community. Meet at the
Saturday, April 26, 9am – 4pm
Earth “Work” Day –
Head down to the shore in
Saturday April 26, Noon to 6:00
Grand opening of the Riverview, just north of the intersection of
Rts. 10 and 185,
Save the Date!
Eggstock – JUNE 7th! Tickets on sale now! http://www.flamigfarm.com/eggstock.html
Final notes: Everyone has
noticed the increasing concerns in the media about water – quality,
quantity, contamination, and we discussed this at the last Keep the Woods
meeting. We cannot take our natural resources for granted, no matter where we
live. We all learned an enormous amount about the environment and the inseparable
link between land and water through the process of preserving the Ethel Walker
"It is extremely important that each individual realize their responsibility for preserving the environment, make it a part of daily life, create the same attitude in their families, and spread it to the community".
His Holiness the Dalai Lama