Posts Tagged ‘community’

make a big impact on the no impact project

November 18, 2011

You may have seen the No Impact Man documentary, or maybe you’ve been on the blog. But did you know there was a No Impact Project that organizes environmental programs at colleges, in communities, and with educators? I have to say, it doesn’t sound like this movement lacks an impact. You can help support the project while enjoying an intimate gathering of eco-minded folks over a delicious meal (and open bar!) at the first annual No Impact Project Holiday Fundraiser. Full details and link to get tickets below.

No Impact Project Holiday Fundraising Party

Wednesday, December 14, 2011
6:30pm until 8:30pm

Aroma Kitchen and Wine Bar
36 East 4th St. NYC

The environmental non-profit the No Impact Project, founded by author and activist Colin Beavan (No Impact Man) is excited to invite you to our first holiday fundraising party for our friends and supporters.

The event will be a cozy occasion at Aroma Kitchen and Wine Bar (voted Top 10 Bars in New York, New York’s Sexiest Wine List and Citysearch’s 2007 Most Romantic Bar & 2006 Best Group Dining.) We will have yummy, vegetarian food, an open bar, a fun video and more.

Tickets are $200 a person. 50% of the ticket price goes directly to the programs of the No Impact Project and is tax-deductible. To find out more about the programs and accomplishments of the No Impact Project please visit http://noimpactproject.org/explained/accomplishments/

 

Purchase Tickets here: http://noimpactholidayparty.eventbrite.com/

*Please note, you may also purchase tickets by sending a $200 check directly to our fiscal sponsors. Please make it out to Sustainable Markets Foundation, with “No Impact Project Holiday Party” in the memo line.

Checks should be sent to:
Sustainable Markets Foundation
Att: Jay R. Halfon
45 W 36th St, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10018

Thanks! We look forward to seeing you there!

learnings for a new year

January 5, 2010

Happy New Year! Happy New Decade!

Taking the time to reflect back on 2009, I’ve realized that it was a very full year. I launched myself into so many different worlds: permaculture, food culture, crafting, Twitter, a new business endeavor, a renewed website. Along the way I’ve gathered skills and met some amazing people. Thinking back, it’s hard to believe that all of this happened in only one year (click on the pictures to visit related posts)…

Permaculture

Block printing


Jewelry making


Soap making


Glass bottle upcycling


Ricotta & butter making


Canning


Tweeting & meeting
I’ve met some amazing people & have had some great experiences because of Twitter


Brooklyn Food Coalition


Launching


So what will 2010 bring? Or maybe I should say, what will I bring to 2010? I’m not one for resolutions, especially at the beginning of a new year. I resolve to do things all year long, without really giving it a label. I try to have healthy expectations for what I can achieve. Here are a few things I have mapped out for this year…

  • A visit to Costa Rica
  • A learning experience in Milwaukee with Will Allen of Growing Power
  • The launch of a new endeavor – The Library of Trash (stay tuned!)
  • Blogging for Greenopolis & Aribra
  • Finding room to garden

I’ll be blogging about all of these developments as they happen, so keep your ear to the ground!