Blue Horizons Project July 2019 Newsletter
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Where we’ll be chatting up how cool clean energy is over the coming weeks:
Community sustainability, clean energy, oh and free beer.
(Psst – beer provided by Wicked Weed!)
Science Pub at the Collider is in collaboration with Warren Wilson College and the Asheville Museum of Science. This event the the second of the three-part series on community sustainability. Hear about the local renewable energy happenings. Light snacks and drinks will be provided.
July 12: East Asheville Tailgate Market
We’ll be tabling a market booth. Stop by and chat with us!
We’ll have a table set up before the show!
July 19: East Asheville Tailgate Market
July 26: East Asheville Tailgate Market
August 2 & 3: LEAF Downtown
Come visit us at LEAF Downtown to celebrate communities, creativity, diversity, and families in the heart of downtown Asheville!
LEAF Downtown aims further the goals of community partnership and economic vitality in the greater Asheville area, while driving the arts.
The event is family-friendly, inclusive, and FREE!
We are partnering with local solar installer SolFarm to chat all things clean energy and solar. SolFarm will be there to talk through your questions and the process of going solar at your business or nonprofit while taking advantage of the incentives available. Have a drink on SolFarm and come chat solar!
August 8-11: Get off the Grid Fest
GET OFF THE GRID FEST is a three-day, three-stages music and sustainability festival showcasing renewable energy & environment, food & agriculture, health & wellness, arts & community. GET OFF THE GRID FEST features an alternative energy expo and powers the entire fest with solar power.
We will have a booth at the Fest and Sophie Mullinax will give a presentation on Saturday, August 10, at 3:00 PM in the presentation tent.
July Thought Provoker: The Trouble with Energy Conservation
How we frame the conversation makes a difference.
Check out this article. It’s a quick read and worth the five minutes.
“Bottom line: Stop talking about giving up energy. Start talking about creating a future we all want.”